Miller Nash Graham & Dunn Welcomes Three Associates to Its Seattle Office

11.08.19

Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP welcomes three talented associates to the firm’s Seattle office. Leila Javanshir and Tina Scott join the firm’s business team, and Carrie Mount joins the litigation team.

“We are thrilled to have Leila, Carrie, and Tina join the firm in our Seattle office,” said Kieran Curley, managing partner of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn. “Our firm continues to grow in order to serve the needs of our clients, and we are pleased to strengthen our business and litigation teams with these talented lawyers.”

Leila Javanshir
Javanshir began her career with the firm as a summer associate in 2017, earning her degree from Seattle University School of Law in 2019. During law school, as the Symposium Chair of Seattle University Law Review, Javanshir organized a seminar that focused on the implementation of the GDPR. Javanshir also volunteered as a legal advocate with the University of Washington’s Immigrant Families Advocacy Project. Prior to law school, Javanshir worked as a patent paralegal at a Seattle law firm, and served as a public defense paralegal and investigator assistant.

Carolyn Mount
Mount earned her degree from Seattle University School of Law in 2019. During law school, Mount was elected as the Managing Editor of the Seattle University Law Review. She also served as a legal extern for the Honorable John C. Coughenour in the Western District of Washington and as an extern for the King County Court-appointed Special Advocate Program. Mount began her career at Miller Nash Graham & Dunn as a summer associate in 2018.

Tina Scott
Scott earned her law degree at Seattle University School of Law and started her career at Miller Nash Graham & Dunn in 2017. During law school, Scott served as a legal extern for a real estate brokerage. Prior to law school, Scott worked in both the private and nonprofit sectors, including in a development role for an organization focused on providing services for the homeless.

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