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Noelle’s clients trust her to keep them informed, to provide top-notch legal advice, and to diligently advocate for their interests.

Since Noelle started at the firm in 2020, she has worked on personal injury lawsuits, wrongful death cases, fire and water loss, insurance extra-contractual disputes, and commercial and construction-related disputes. She is no stranger to the courtroom and has successfully first-chaired trials and argued dispositive motions. Before joining the firm, Noelle externed for Justice Barbara Madsen at the Washington State Supreme Court. She also spent two summers interning at the Seattle City Attorney’s Office in the Domestic Violence Unit.

It’s important to Noelle to do pro bono work. In law school, she volunteered with the CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project, and she traveled to the border detention center in Dilly, Texas. There, she assisted women and children seeking asylum in the United States. Since becoming a lawyer, Noelle has volunteered with the Seattle Clemency Project to represent incarcerated individuals who were convicted as juveniles and young adults. She assists those clients as they petition for release after receiving life or de facto life sentences.

When she’s not working, Noelle likes to hang out with her husband and cat, play Dungeons and Dragons, and spend time in her small vegetable garden. Before she decided to go to law school, Noelle attended performing arts school in her hometown, Las Vegas. She also completed ballet training programs with American Ballet Theatre, the Joffrey Ballet School, and Ballet West. 

Call:  206-801-7913 

Noelle Symanski

Noelle Symanski KSP Law

Education & Experience

  • University of Washington, B.A., 2016

  • University of Washington, J.D., 2020

    • Honors:

      • Associate Editor-in-Chief, Washington Journal of Law, Technology, & Art.

      • Clinical Legal Education Association’s Outstanding Student Team Award

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