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Elizabeth W. Rasmussen Joins Karr Tuttle Campbell

The law firm of Karr Tuttle Campbell is pleased to announce that Elizabeth “Libby” W. Rasmussen has joined the firm as an Associate.

Ms. Rasmussen graduated from the University of Washington School of Law, where she served on the Pacific Rim Law and Policy Journal and the Moot Court Honor Board.  She also served as Co-President of the Law Women’s Caucus.  Prior to law school, Ms. Rasmussen earned her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the Robert D. Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon, magna cum laude.  She received highest honors for her Senior Thesis and Oral Argument and the Dean’s Award in community service and academics as well as the Centurion Award in academics.

Prior to joining Karr Tuttle Campbell, Ms. Rasmussen served as judicial extern to Judge Robert S. Lasnik of the United States District Court and to Judges Barbara A. Mack and J. Wesley Saint Clair of the King County Superior Court.  Her comment, “The Problem of Enforcing Nature’s Rights under Ecuador’s Constitution: Why the 2008 Environmental Amendments Have No Bite,” was published in the Pacific Rim Law and Policy Journal in June 2011.

Karr Tuttle Campbell is a full-service law firm based in Seattle.  It is one of the oldest law firms in the area, having served the Northwest since 1904.  More information concerning the firm can be obtained through Jessica Hales at jhales@karrtuttle.com, or by visiting the firm’s website at www.karrtuttle.com.