Milton Rowland is a longtime trial lawyer and law professor whose practice focuses on civil litigation, including employment discrimination and wrongful termination law, general municipal law, complex litigation, construction, tort and land title cases, landlord-tenant cases, and dispute resolution and litigation for cities, counties and special purpose districts.
He has taught courses in administrative law, local government law, business law and related subjects since 1987, including landlord-tenant, real estate law, insurance law and the law of sales and leases of goods.
He was litigation counsel for the City of Spokane from 1993-2007, and in that capacity handled many administrative and litigation matters, including employment, personal injury, malpractice and civil rights litigation. He lectures widely on litigation issues facing agencies.
- J.D., Gonzaga University School of Law (summa cum laude), 1985
- B.A., University of Detroit-Mercy (cum laude), 1975
BAR ADMISSIONS : Washington, 1986
- Foster Pepper PLLC, Of Counsel, 2007-Present
- University of Idaho College of Law, Adjunct and Visiting Assistant Professor, 1999-2008
- Gonzaga University School of Law, Adjunct Professor, 1987-Present
- City of Spokane, Chief of litigation section, civil litigation, 1993-2007
- Northeast Youth Center, Board Member
- East Central Community Center, Board Member
- City of Spokane Mayor’s Sustainability Task Force, Transportation Work Group, Special Counsel, 2008
- Washington State Bar Association
- Washington State Association of Municipal Attorneys Board of Directors and Amicus Committee – Member, 2005-2007 (Amicus Committee—2005-present)
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