McKinley Irvin Announces New Associate Jill Mullins
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McKinley Irvin Announces New Associate Jill Mullins

Posted on October 16, 2012 02:25pm

SEATTLE — McKinley Irvin, one of the Pacific Northwest’s largest law firms focused exclusively on divorce and family law, announces the addition of Associate Jill Mullins to the Seattle office.

Jill is a current board member and past president of the GLBT Bar Association of Washington Foundation (QLAW Foundation). She has participated in numerous Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) events as both a panelist and speaker. Her article “The Role of the State in Washington Marriage: Same Sex, Different Rights,” appeared in the September 2007 edition of the Washington State Bar News.

“Jill is passionate about family law and has extensive knowledge about LGBT law. She is an invaluable resource for our firm and our clients,” said David Starks, managing partner.

Mullins earned her law degree from the University of Washington School of Law. She earned her bachelor’s degree cum laude from Wells College.

While attending law school, Mullins was given the Charles Z. Smith Award for Public Service. This September she was honored by the School of Law University of Washington Alumni Association as a Leader for the Global Common Good Recent Graduate Award.

MEDIA CONTACT

Lorraine Montez, 206.264.4515.

ABOUT MCKINLEY IRVIN

Headquartered in Seattle and with offices throughout the Pacific Northwest, McKinley Irvin is a premier divorce and family law firm, and the largest family law firm in the state of Washington. McKinley Irvin has protected the rights of families since 1991 — handling complex family law cases involving divorce, custody and international matters. For more information about McKinley Irvin, visit us at www.mckinleyirvin.com.

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