About Rebecca Elise Ary
Rebecca offers experienced, knowledgeable, tenacious legal representation tailored to meet your individual situation and goals. Practicing employment law exclusively, she has successfully represented employees and small employers. Rebecca handles cases involving discrimination, retaliation, disability accommodation, FMLA leave, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, unpaid wages, and wro... read more »
Rebecca offers experienced, knowledgeable, tenacious legal representation tailored to meet your individual situation and goals. Practicing employment law exclusively, she has successfully represented employees and small employers. Rebecca handles cases involving discrimination, retaliation, disability accommodation, FMLA leave, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, unpaid wages, and wrongful discharge in violation of public policy.
Free brief phone or email consultation to determine whether Rebecca can help.
Contingent fee available in many cases.
Learn more at: www.arylaw.com.
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|Area of Practice||% Focus|
|Washington||Member in Good Standing||2006|
|Law Office of Rebecca E. Ary||2006 – present|
|University of Washington School of Law||JD||2006|
|University of California, San Diego||Philosophy||BA||2000|
|member||National Employment Lawyers Association||2016 – 2017|
|member||Washington State Bar Association, Labor and Employment Section||2014|
|member||American Society of Legal Advocates||2007 – present|
|member||King County Bar Association||2006 – present|
|member||King County Bar Association Small and Solo Practice Section||2006 – present|
|member||Washington State Association for Justice||2006 – 2009|
|member||Washington State Bar Association||2006 – present|
Awards and Recognitions
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2018|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2017|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2010|
|Use of Co-Counsel to Expand Your Reach||The Modern Solo/Small Practice Lawyer: Be Nimble, Be Quick||2012|
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Posted on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010
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