Sean Murphy focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation matters. He sees practicing law as an art and is dedicated to his craft. Sean enjoys getting creative to obtain exceptional results for clients and takes great pride in his written and oral advocacy. Clients appreciate his unconditional dedication to their cases, excellent leadership skills, and attention to detail.
Prior to joining the firm, Sean was an associate in the Seattle, Washington office of a west coast law firm where, as a trial attorney, he handled all aspects of complex civil and commercial litigation. He also worked with clients to resolve catastrophic tort, product liability, and professional negligence cases.
While attending law school, Sean was Senior Editor for the Georgetown Environmental Law Review. He served as a long-term research assistant to Professor J. Maria Glover, an expert in civil procedure and complex litigation. Sean also gained valuable experience while working as a summer associate at two litigation law firms.
Georgetown University Law Center J.D. (2020) cum laude, Dean’s List
University of Washington B.A., English (2016) cum laude, Dean’s List
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington (2020)
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