Lily was born and raised in Seattle by a single working mother. She left for college and spent a year living in Dubai before returning to attend the University of Washington School of Law in 2017. She chose law after realizing what a powerful tool it can be and wanting to make a positive impact in the community that she grew up in. After graduating from law school, Lily served as a law clerk for the Honorable Robert J. Bryan, United States District Judge for the Western District of Washington in Tacoma. She then spent three months volunteering on the Greek island of Lesvos where she helped people seeking asylum navigate the Greek asylum system before joining SGB.
Our legal system, like all our systems, is only as strong as people work to make it. Lily knows that access, especially access to good representation, can make all the difference. Lily’s practice focuses on serious personal injury and employment discrimination, and she brings her tenacity, life experiences, and legal skills to fight for her clients.
Outside of work, Lily enjoys playing basketball. She was even captain of the Garfield Girl's Basketball Team once upon a time. She also tries her hand at soccer and tennis and travels whenever she gets the chance.
J.D., University of Washington, School of Law (2020)
B.A. in International Relations; French, Boston University (2012)
Washington State Bar Association
Professional & Civic Engagement
- Current member, Federal Bar Association
- Current Member, Washington State Association for Justice