Andrew Linden is a Seattle native who grew up attending Ingraham High School and serving food at a local residential care facility. Mr. Linden graduated from Knox College in 2016 and received his J.D. from Lewis & Clark Law School in 2019. He is a member of the Washington State Bar.
During law school, Mr. Linden dedicated his time to serving the community by donating over 1,200 hours of pro bono legal work to non-profit family law firms and by raising money to fund law student internships for a variety of charitable causes. He also served as an associate editor for Animal Law, a law review at Lewis & Clark, and received the Pro Bono Challenge Award from the Oregon State Bar for his dedication to helping others. After law school, Mr. Linden ventured north to Alaska where he spent a year serving as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Judge Earl Peterson of the Fairbanks Superior Court.
Mr. Linden prides himself on his dedication to his clients and his craft, endeavoring to help his clients achieve their goals through his hard work and tenacious mindset. He has seen success in the courtroom as a litigator and in negotiating settlements on behalf of his clients. Mr. Linden’s diverse experience allows him to bring valuable perspectives to each case and to fashion unique and creative solutions to each client’s legal matters.