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Date: June 12, 2023
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Foster Garvey is pleased to announce the arrival of our 2023 Summer Associates in the Seattle office. This year's program welcomes six talented individuals, including two returning associates, who will contribute their diverse skill sets and experiences to the firm. 

Our 2023 Summer Associate class includes: 

Bailey Bryant (She/Her)
Rising 3L | University of California, Berkeley, School of Law

Bailey brings experience as a Research Assistant to Dean Erwin Chemerinsky at Berkeley Law. Previously, Bailey served as the Executive Legislative Coordinator for the King County Office of the Executive. Holding a B.A. in Political Science and Legal Studies from Seattle University, Bailey has earned numerous honors and awards, including magna cum laude, Dean's List, President's List, Clapp Humanitarian Scholar Award, and Pi Alpha Alpha Honor Society recognition. 

Tsechu Dolma (She/Her)
Rising 2L | Seattle University School of Law
2023 Kenneth L. Schubert Diversity Fellow

Tsechu holds an M.B.A. from Oxford University Saïd Business School. Her educational background also includes dual B.A. and M.P.A. degrees in Economic Development from Columbia University. As a Co-Founder of Reducing Bias in AI and a Project Manager in the United Nations Development Program, Tsechu is dedicated to advancing racial equity and protecting the planet. She also founded the Mountain Resiliency Project, a social enterprise dedicated to building resilient refugee communities through women's agribusiness.

William Kenick (He/Him)
Rising 3L | University of Washington School of Law
2022 Kenneth L. Schubert Diversity Fellow

At UW Law, William is a student advocate for immigration and serves as a representative for the Latinx Law Student Association. He recently won his law school’s election to serve as President of the Student Bar Association (congrats, William!). Before attending law school, he worked as a paralegal for the Homeowner Defense Project in New York City and as a case manager for affordable housing seekers in Kirkland, WA. William holds his bachelor's degree in American Studies from Columbia University.

Kenzie Kinsella (She/Her)
Rising 2L | University of Washington School of Law
2023 Gregoire Fellow

As a member of the Native American Law Student Association at UW Law, Kenzie brings a passion for social justice and advocacy to the team. Her academic journey includes obtaining degrees in Biology and Women's & Gender Studies at Pacific Lutheran University. Before pursuing her legal career, Kenzie served as a Research Intern at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, where she collaborated with team members to perform lab procedures, analyze data and address critical developments for various vaccine research projects.

Sophia Sun (She/Her)
Rising 3L | University of Washington School of Law
2022 Gregoire Fellow

Sophia's diverse work experience spans finance and purchasing internships at Hyatt Hotels and PepsiCo, and legal internships at a Bellevue law firm. At UW Law, Sophia is actively involved in the school's Cyber Law Association of Washington (CLAW), Women's Law Caucus, Asian/Pacific American Law Students Association, and the Law and Business Association. She earned her bachelor's degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University.

Sally Walker (She/Her)
Rising 3L | University of Washington School of Law

As an editor of the Washington Law Review at UW Law, Sally has honed her legal research and writing skills. Recently, she served as a Judicial Extern for Chief Judge Rebecca Glasgow at the Washington Court of Appeals, Division II in Tacoma. Sally’s involvement with the UW Women's Center and her volunteer work with organizations such as the Seattle Pride Foundation and the Montana Democratic Campaign demonstrate her commitment to positively impacting her community. Sally holds a B.A. in Economics and Sociology from Williams College.

"Our Summer Associate program offers a key opportunity for talented law students to immerse themselves in the legal profession and gain valuable hands-on experience," said Georgia Woodruff, Foster Garvey’s Director of Legal Talent & Professional Development. "We are confident these exceptional individuals will thrive in our collaborative and collegial environment." 

Each Summer Associate will be paired with their own Principal mentor, Associate buddy, and Workflow Coordinator throughout the program. This personalized approach ensures that they receive guidance and support while working on various projects within the firm's practice groups. By engaging in challenging assignments, the Summer Associates will gain firsthand experience that reflects the realities of practicing law at Foster Garvey. 

We look forward to a successful and rewarding summer with the incoming 2023 Summer Associates as they embark on their legal careers and contribute to helping the firm deliver top-notch legal services to clients across diverse industries. To learn more about Foster Garvey's summer program, including eligibility requirements and application details, visit the firm's Summer Associate webpage. 

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