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David Barrett Named Partner at GLP Attorneys

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David Barrett Named Partner at GLP Attorneys

Tacoma, WA – January, 2014  

The South Sound offices of GLP Attorneys are pleased to announce that David K. Barrett has been named a partner in the law firm. Mr. Barrett has been an Associate Attorney at GLP Attorneys since 2011, and during that time has distinguished himself as an outstanding advocate for the firm’s clients as well as an emerging leader in the local legal community.

Mr. Barrett began his legal career in 2002 when he graduated from Valparaiso University School of Law in Valparaiso, Indiana. Prior to joining GLP Attorneys in 2011, he worked for the Porter County Superior Court in Indiana, a small private law firm in Seattle, and served as the Deputy Prosecutor and Deputy Coroner for Kittitas County.

GLP South Sound Managing Partner Sean Ayres commented: “We’ve been fortunate to have David on the South Sound team. He’s proven himself an outstanding attorney, and looks forward to the challenges of his expanding role at GLP Attorneys. I’m confident that as a partner David will continue to be an exemplary advocate for our clients and will capably fill this key role in the firm.”

David Barrett is an Eagle Member of the Washington State Association for Justice and a frequent speaker at educational seminars for health care providers.  He maintains licenses to practice law in both Washington and Oregon.

About GLP Attorneys: Founded in 1979, the firm focuses its practice exclusively on personal injury and wrongful death matters. GLP Attorneys’s mission is to achieve civil justice for those who have been injured or killed as a result of the negligence of others. The firm has staffed offices in Tacoma, Port Orchard, Vancouver, Seattle, Burlington and Spokane.

For more information, please contact the firm’s South Sound Communications Director, Scott Nelson, at 253.627.7701 or 800.273.5005.

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