About Aubrie Hicks
We do things a bit differently, and that's the way we like it!
I’m Aubrie Hicks. Why am I a lawyer with my own practice?
I always wanted to be a lawyer. I did not go directly into law school from college, but by 2010, it was time, and I received my J.D. from Seattle University School of Law in 2013. I am a member of the Washington State Bar Association, King County Bar Association, and Washington State Association for Justice.
I worked for other law firms for a few years before moving out on my own. In my own practice, I can control the environment I work in, the clients I work for, and the cases I take. I also have the flexibility to adapt to growing technology and develop innovative ways of offering legal services.
Why am I the lawyer for you?
I’ve been through it myself.
So I understand where you’re coming from and I have a good sense of both the defense and plaintiff side of the law, all of which makes me a better representative for you.
I’ll be honest with you.
I don’t like to leave my clients unprepared for the difficulties of litigation. I’ll lay all the cards on the table for you so there are no nasty surprises, you’ll understand the strengths and weaknesses of your case, and you can make an informed decision about how to proceed.
I don’t think one size fits all.
I think flexibility is important. I don’t have “the way we’ve always done things.” I think being flexible, changing, adapting, developing new ways of offering services and using the technology that continues to expand around us allows me to better serve my clients at a more affordable price. And having worked in retail and customer service jobs for 15 years, it’s important to me to provide excellent service to my clients.
Contact me and we’ll talk about you.
P.S. If you’d like to know a little more about my background:
I graduated from Seattle University School of Law where I served as a Note Comment Editor for the Seattle University Law Review and as President of the Intellectual Property Law Society. I have worked as a judicial intern at the federal and state level, for the Honorable Chief Judge Randall R. Rader at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington, D.C. and for the Honorable John P. Erlick at the King County Superior Court.
After law school, I joined Badgley Mullins Turner PLLC as an Associate Attorney and then moved to the Christie Law Group in 2016. An active litigator, I am admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. My history gives me experience in all aspects of civil litigation representing both individuals and businesses. I am a member of the Washington State Bar Association Editorial Advisory Committee and for several years volunteered with the King County Bar Association Neighborhood Legal Clinics.