Miller Nash Graham & Dunn Adds Two Associates to Portland and Seattle Offices

02.15.18
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn welcomes Alysia Harris and Lauren Visoria to the firm.

Harris joins the firm's prominent employment law team, serving public and private entities throughout the Pacific Northwest. Before joining Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, Harris was an employment attorney at Ogletree Deakins. Prior to focusing on employment matters, she worked as a general commercial litigator.

Visoria joins the firm's respected trusts & estates team. Before joining Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, Visoria was a tax consultant at Deloitte Tax in Seattle.

About Alysia Harris
Harris represents employers in various aspects of employment law. She is a fierce advocate for clients in litigation, mediation and arbitration proceedings, and has experience in conducting employment investigations. Her employment litigation background serves as the foundation of her advice practice, as she counsels employers on a variety of issues, including allegations of harassment and discrimination, retaliation, protected leave and discipline. Harris earned her bachelor of arts degree at Dartmouth College before receiving her law degree from Vanderbilt University Law School. She currently serves as president of the Oregon Chapter of the National Bar Association.

About Lauren Visoria
Visoria's practice focuses on assisting clients to plan their estates and handling estate administrations. She advises on both lifetime and testamentary gifts, using trusts and wills, and prepares federal and state of Washington estate tax returns and federal gift tax returns. She also has experience working on state and local tax issues. Visoria earned her bachelor of arts degree at the University of Washington before receiving her law degree from Willamette University College of Law. Visoria obtained her LL.M. in taxation from the University of Washington School of Law. Visoria is active in the Seattle legal community, including serving as the treasurer for both the Filipino Bar Association of Washington and the Asian Bar Association of Washington.
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