Steven Lester

Attorney

Steven Lester

1024 648 Karr Tuttle Campbell

Steven Lester’s practice focuses on business, mergers & acquisitions, corporate finance, and venture capital & emerging companies.

Steven Lester’s practice focuses on business, mergers & acquisitions, corporate finance, and venture capital & emerging companies.

Prior to joining Karr Tuttle Campbell, Steven served in the United States Marine Corps. He was also a Legal Intern at the Tenant Law Center in Seattle, where he assisted clients with landlord– tenant law related issues. Steven was also a member of the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic at the University of Washington School of Law, where he assisted early stage start-ups, small businesses, and non-profits with formation and corporate governance related issues.

  • Washington State Bar Association
  • King County Bar Association
  • J.D., University of Washington School of Law
    • King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Intern
    • Washington Journal for Environmental Law & Policy, Director of Operations
    • Law & Business Society, Treasurer
  • B.A., University of Washington, Law, Societies & Justice, magna cum laude
  • Washington State Bar

Outside of the office Steven enjoys hiking, skiing, and mountaineering, and is a life-long Seattle Mariners fan.

701 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3300
Seattle, Washington 98104

Direct: 206-224-8052
Main: 206-223-1313
Legal Assistant: Leslie Moss

 

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