Brent Bohan, a Minnesota native, is an attorney in Lynnwood, WA and founder of Bohan Law, PLLC. Brent received his bachelor's degree from the University of Washington and earned his Juris Doctor and Masters Degree in Environmental Law and Policy from Vermont Law School. Brent founded Bohan Law, PLLC on the principals of honesty, compassion, and integrity. He is completely dedicated to seeking justice for his clients, whether they are people injured due to the negligence of others or seeking child custody in a family law matter. He provides zealous representation for all clients, including divorce and personal injury. Creating a strong attorney-client relationship is important to him, that is why he made it a cornerstone in his practice.
While in law school, Brent concentrated on trial advocacy and representing the rights of individuals. He graduated in the top of his class and won a coveted spot on his school’s Moot Court team. Brent worked for two and a half years at the South Royalton Legal Aid Clinic where he helped represent the rights of low-income Vermonters. He also worked for the Beltrami County Attorney’s office where he gained valuable courtroom experience representing the people of Beltrami County. Brent has experience working for both non-profits and big law firms. At Bohan Law, PLLC he feels that he can make the biggest impact in his clients’ lives by providing a more personalized experience.
Brent’s dedication to his community extends beyond his practice. He is actively involved with several pro bono organizations. He volunteers regularly at the Housing Justice Project, the King County Bar Association’s Family Law Program, and at his Neighborhood Legal Clinic. His passion and dedication are demonstrated by his work ethic and positive attitude. He is an attorney that is completely dedicated to his clients and resolving any issues they might have.
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