Ché C Dawson

Special Counsel

Ché C. Dawson

1024 683 Karr Tuttle Campbell

Ché Carlyle Dawson practices part-time exclusively in the area of immigration law including business and family-based immigration.

  • Immigration
    • H-1Bs, TNs, PERM, F-1, Family-based, Naturalization, I-9 Compliance

Ché Carlyle Dawson practices part-time exclusively in the area of immigration law including business and family-based immigration.

In addition to his legal practice, Ché teaches paralegals at Highline Community College.  His course load includes an Immigration Law class. Ché also coaches basketball and has taught law in the very successful Franklin High School Law and Society program.

Prior to his legal career, Ché was actively involved in the treatment and counseling of juvenile offenders.

  • American Bar Association
  • Washington State Bar Association
  • King County Bar Association
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Men’s Basketball Coach, Highline Community College,
    2003-present
  • Legal Instructor, Highline Community College, 2003-present
  • Boys’ Varsity Basketball Coach, Chief Sealth High School,
    1997–present
  • Law & Society Teacher, Franklin High School,
    1999-2001
  • Mock Trial Team Coach, Franklin High School,
    1999-2001
  • Assistant Boys’ Varsity Basketball Coach, Ingraham High
    School, 1995-1997
  • Washington State Bar
  • B.A., Political Science/Criminal Justice, Seattle University
    • Dean’s Honor Roll
    • Outstanding Student-Athlete Award
  • J.D., University of Washington
    • President, Black Law Students Association
    • Board of Directors, Minority Law Students
      Association

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Seattle, Washington 98104

206-223-1313
206-224-8267 Direct
206-682-7100 Fax
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