Benjamin Compton

Senior Motions and Appellate Attorney

Benjamin Compton works out of our Seattle office. 

Benjamin Compton is GLP Attorneys’ Senior Motions and Appellate Attorney. He has an infectious enthusiasm and deep commitment to securing justice for injured persons. Before joining GLP in 2019, Ben worked at Vreeland Law PLLC, in Bellevue, Washington, practicing in the areas of personal injury, employment, discrimination, sexual misconduct, business torts, and appeals. There, he successfully represented people from all walks of life, holding wrongdoers responsible and recovering millions of dollars on behalf of his clients. He also served the state of Washington as Special Assistant Attorney General, successfully representing a Washington Superior Court and its judges in a constitutional dispute. Prior to joining Vreeland Law, Ben practiced law at Eymann Allison Hunter Jones P.S., in Spokane, Washington, representing plaintiffs with claims of serious injury, wrongful death, catastrophic property loss, and medical negligence. He has extensive litigation and motions experience, appearing in state and federal courts throughout Washington State, and handling appeals in the Washington State Court of Appeals, the Washington State Supreme Court, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Ben attended Gonzaga University and obtained a Juris Doctorate from Gonzaga University School of law, graduating with honors and receiving several awards for excellence. He then served as a law clerk to Justice Debra L. Stephens of the Washington State Supreme Court.

Ben is a member of the Washington State Association for Justice, Washington Employment Lawyers Association, King County Bar Association, and the Washington State Bar Association. He serves as Treasurer and Board Member of the Washington Employment Lawyers Association. His bar admissions include Washington State, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington, the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

In his free time, Ben enjoys playing guitar and exploring the Great Northwest.