Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 03, 2012
The law offices of Carey and Lillevik, Seattle’s foremost firm in the fields of juvenile defense, criminal defense and divorce attorneys, are proud to announce the addition of a new, highly talented juvenile lawyer to their already stellar team. Nicholas Oakley, specialist in the fields of CPS and juvenile defense, looks to add his extensive resume and diligent work to Carey and Lillevik’s tradition of expert legal advice and protection.
Boasting impressive experience, Nicholas Oakley promises to be a productive member of Carey and Lillevik’s legal team. A University of Washington School of Law graduate with extensive experience in both public service and education, Oakley’s resume is packed with volunteer work and high profile law research in the fields of family law and juvenile defense and services.
Beginning his volunteer work through years of Peace Corps service in the Republic of Georgia, Mr. Oakley worked to overhaul the statewide protocol for commercially sexually exploited children as an analyst for the Center for Children and Youth Justice. With extensive service and research conducted for the University of Washington’s Legal Services, including time as a mediator and work in Public Interest Law, Mr. Oakley is actively publishing and is a member of several reputable law associations including:
- Washington State Bar Association
- King County Bar Association
- Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Washington Defender Association
Utilizing the cumulative experience of his extensive resume, as well as an earnest commitment to public service, Mr. Oakley looks to provide pro bono representation to low-income members of his community. Mr. Oakley brings a specialization for CPS and juvenile defense to Carey and Lillevik that will fit well and help the law firm further protect Seattle, WA with the highest quality juvenile lawyers and family law practitioners in the state.
About the Company
Carey and Lillevik Attorneys at Law of Seattle, WA seek to protect their clients with expert representation and experience in the fields of juvenile and criminal defense. Since the firm’s inception from the joined forces of Ann M. Carey and Linda Lillevik in 2005, the firm has added talented attorneys such as Burgess Bradshaw and Nicholas Oakley to build a strong, diverse law firm, prepared to represent their clients in the greater Seattle, WA region. For more information on Nicholas Oakley, or to learn about Carey and Lillevik’s extensive pro bono legal, please visit their website or contact:
Carey and Lillevik Attorneys at Law
The Tower Building,
1809 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1609
Seattle, Washington 98101