Laura Evezich graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 1991. During law school, Laura worked as a law clerk for the Washington Attorney General’s Office prior to joining the Kent City Attorney’s Office as an Assistant City Attorney.
During her time at the Kent City Attorney’s Office, Laura worked in all areas of municipal law. Laura regularly assisted city council members, city departments, city committees, and city staff on a wide variety of legal issues including land use planning, contracts, leases, inter-local agreements, risk management, employment, public records, and code enforcement.
While at the City, she worked on two cases in which the appellate opinions were published, Brutsche v. City of Kent, 78 Wn. App. 370, 898 P.2d 319 review denied, 128 Wn. 2d 1003 (1995) (statute of limitations for challenge to municipal land use decisions)(Div. 1 1995) and Colacurcio v. City of Kent, 163 F.3d 545 (9th Cir. 1998).
Laura joined Evezich Law Offices in 2015. Her practice emphasizes insurance matters and litigation, including property damage and timber trespass. She specializes in litigation involving municipalities.
Laura is a member of the Washington State Bar Association and a member of its sections on Real Property, Probate and Trust, and Litigation.
In her free time, Laura enjoys spending time with family and friends, hikes with her husband and their Australian Shepherd, travelling and cooking.