Pearson Law Firm

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Making a Difference Every Day

Whether they’re working on an automobile accident case or helping a client injured by a defective product, the Pearsons are passionate about serving their clients. Their successful approach tackles the right issue at the right time—with the best tools and expertise available.

Clients rave about the Pearson Law team’s savvy abilities to:

• ensure clients’ voices are heard

• de-mystify the legal process

• explain clients’ choices and opportunities

• emphasize communication and accountability between all parties

• build positive, respectful relationships with clients’ medical practitioners

Choose the Pearson Law Firm and expect expert representation, a wealth of experience and a kind, compassionate attitude.

That is the Pearson Promise.

Attoney Profile

Originally from New York State, Michele had dreamed of a legal career from a young age. For a time, circumstances brought her instead to work at several large corporations and advertising agencies, including one that she owned. Before leaving corporate America to return to school, Michele worked for New Jersey Bell Telephone, Johnson & Johnson and Microsoft, often in management positions requiring oversight, shepherding and presentation of complex long term projects, not unlike the practice of law.

She attended the University of Washington and received her degree in Comparative History of Ideas (Major: Intellectual History; Minor: History) and for part of that time studied in Rome, Italy. While at UW, Michele created and taught a 2-credit course for “law school bound” undergrads. Michele graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 2002 while working at the law firm. After bar admission, she immediately began to litigate. Excellent results, against experienced defense teams, illustrate Michele’s tenacity and advocacy even early on.

Now she concentrates on writing, research, training, and presentation of the firm within both the legal and wider community focusing on the needs of vulnerable youth and the elderly.  She has a long history of volunteerism often on behalf of the underprivileged. She co-taught WSAJ’s “Peoples Law School” at Bellevue College in 2003, served as the WSAJ “Trial News” Editor in Chief from 2005-2007, during which she also served on the WSAJ Board of Governors, and now contributes as one of the “Trial News” editorial board members. She has recently been asked to join the board of the Partnership for a Rural King County and looks forward to putting her private commitment to the environment into community outreach programs.

She is an active member of numerous professional associations, including the Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ), American Bar Association, and the King County Bar Association.

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