Elizabeth Steen is a lead attorney and manager of the business law, agency hearing, and professional license defense team of the law firm, Washington Business Advocates based in Seattle. She focuses on Administrative law, Small Business Law, and Divorce law. She has a rich experience in handling issues concerning state and federal agency investigations, audits, and hearings in the healthcare and construction sector in the state of Washington.
At her law firm, Washington Business Advocates, PLLC, she is committed to defending small business owners who have been audited or investigated by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, as well as investigations and audits before other Washington state agencies. She also helps businesses and non-profit agencies with negotiations, audits, and reviews for compliance with any state agency.
Elizabeth has served in the United States Senate for the office of Senator Debbie Stabenow of Michigan. She also works as a mediator and collaborative lawyer in Seattle. She serves on the Membership and Outreach Committee for the International Association of Collaborative Professionals and as Vice Chair of the King County Bar Association – Collaborative Law Section. She is a member of the Pierce County Center for Dialog & Resolution mediation practicum and the Family Law Practice Group for King County Collaborative Law. She has trained extensively in Collaborative Family Law. Before she moved to Seattle in 2011, she worked as a lawyer with federal agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security. In Seattle she has worked with SEIU Local 925. She has been a licensed attorney for 10 years.
The Washington Young Lawyers Committee named her Administrative Law Liaison in 2014. She has served as Communications Chair for the Tenant Assistance Project in 2006. The League of Women Voters named her DC Liaison in 2009.
Elizabeth Steen is an active member of the Administrative Law Section of the District of Columbia Bar, the Kings County Bar Association, and the Washington State Bar Association. She served as the Policy Committee Member of Feet First.
She has also served as a Board Member of the Administrative Law Section of Washington State Bar Association in 2014-15. She was on the Communications Committee of the League of Women Voters from 2008 to 2011.
She obtained her Bachelor’s of Arts degree in history and communications from the Hillsdale College in 1996. She earned her Juris Doctorate from the Indiana University School of law based in Bloomington in 2007.
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