Quality Legal Services - Specializing in Construction Law
Linville Law Firm PLLC    800 Fifth Avenue   Suite 3850   Seattle, WA  98104      Phone:206.515.0640      Fax: 206.515.0646       Email


Christian J. Linville

David E. Linville

Lawrence B. Linville

All attorneys attend law school, study hard, graduate in three years, take and pass their bar exam (each state has their own), attend a swearing-in ceremony and open the mail one day to receive their license to practice law which is issued by the Supreme Court of Washington.

Becoming a lawyer is not unlike becoming a professional athlete. Professional athletes train hard, study the playbooks, attend summer camps, hope to join up with a team that will allow the athlete to develop his or her skills and actualize his or her full potential as a person (first of all) and a professional athlete (second of all).

We see ourselves as a professional team of lawyers in the same way as any professional sports team is seen as a team of professional athletes. We see each other as teammates. We share cases together, provide each other with insights, encouragement, necessary critiques, and we do all of this in conjunction with the input and involvement of the client. We work daily as generous sounding boards for our teammates.

We also interconnect and team-up out of the office with mountain climbs, running events, indoor/outdoors soccer teams, skiing etc.

All of us, including your lawyer, need to be as passionate about our personal lives as we are about our professional lives. That's how we effectively connect with ourselves and others. That's how we keep our balance. That's how lawyers are able to provide balanced advice and representation to clients. Perspective is invariably more important than focus. Tunnel vision loses sight of the end game: the efficient pursuit and accomplishment of a client's realistic objectives.

Click on an image above to learn more about our lawyers and how their personal lives keep each of them in balance.