Alyssa Krueger


Alyssa Krueger

1024 665 Karr Tuttle Campbell

Alyssa Krueger’s practice focuses on business law and mergers and acquisitions.

Alyssa Krueger’s practice focuses on business law and mergers and acquisitions. Prior to joining Karr Tuttle Campbell, Alyssa worked as in the Seattle City Attorney’s Office, focusing primarily on employment topics such as ADA implications and First Amendment protections. Alyssa also volunteered for the Unemployment Law Project, where she helped individuals appeal denials of unemployment benefits throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, Alyssa worked with the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic during her time in law school, assisting as a legal intern and then transitioning into a member of the clinic during her final year of law school, where she helped small business owners in the Seattle area with a variety of business law issues.

  • Washington State Bar Association
  • King County Bar Association

Washington State Bar

  • J.D., University of Washington School of Law
  • B.A., Foster School of Business, University of Washington
    • Certificate of International Studies in Business, French

Outside of the office Alyssa enjoys getting outdoors, travelling, reading, and teaching. Alyssa loves hiking and has summited Mount Kilimanjaro and hiked over 70 miles of the Pacific Coast Trail.

701 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3300
Seattle, Washington 98104

Direct: 206-224-8038
Main: 206-223-1313
Fax: 206-682-7100
Legal Assistant:  Mary Prior



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