For over 30 years, Patty Rose has primarily dedicated her practice to assisting individuals in identifying, evaluating, and negotiating claims arising in the workplace. She also provides litigation support to other attorneys including research, writing, and investigation and appellate briefs and other projects.
Patty has lived in Seattle for over 40 years and has been involved in legal advocacy for individuals her entire career. She is committed to collaborative negotiation and exploring all methods for resolving employment disputes without resorting to litigation. She obtained her JD from University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1989 where she graduated cum laude in the upper 10% of her class. She participated in the Law Review and won a national writing competition sponsored by the American Bar Association's Labor / Employment Section and her article was published in the spring 1990 of its publication, the Labor Lawyer. Prior to law school, she received a MPA from Seattle University's Institute of Public Service focusing on labor and employment law, conflict resolution and nonprofit management. When not practicing law, she enjoys reading, attending theatre and acoustic music events, and traveling.