Serving Businesses and Individuals for Nearly 40 Years
Dick Monroe and Wayne Perry form Monroe & Perry.
Jenny Marsh and Sarah Eitelbach join the firm, bringing total attorneys to 4.
Doug Lawrence, Liz Wallin and Bob Stokes join the firm, bringing total attorneys to 7.
Wayne Perry leaves the firm to join McCaw Cellular Communications (which would eventually become AT&T Mobile).
Firm name changes to Monroe, Stokes, Eitelbach & Lawrence.
The firm celebrates its 10-year anniversary. 15 lawyers now work at the firm.
Dick Monroe leaves the firm. Name changes to Stokes, Eitelbach & Lawrence
Sarah Eitelbach and Bob Stokes leave the firm. Name changes to Stokes Lawrence.
Firm celebrates 20 years in business and is now up to 29 lawyers.
Kelly Twiss Noonan named firm’s first female Managing Shareholder.
Stokes Lawrence becomes a majority women-owned firm.
John Moore, Morrie Shore, George Velikanje, Brendan Monahan and Sarah Wixson open the Yakima office of Stokes Lawrence Velikanje Moore & Shore.
Erin Howshar, Serena Sayani, David Rubenstein, Julia Clark, Sarah Prodzinski and Kay Brittain join the firm, helping to make the Real Estate practice one of the largest in the Puget Sound.
Nine lawyers and six staff members from Mills Meyers Swartling join the firm, including Caryn Jorgensen, John Fetters, Eric Robinson, Bruce Winchell, Ray Weber, Brett MacIntyre, Rachael Wallace, Samantha Pitsch, Jim Wilkens, Sarah Finney, Michael Russell, Jennifer Seeley, Linda Wheeler, Anna Armitage and Bev Sparks.
For the second time in its history, Stokes Lawrence becomes a majority women-owned firm.
Today, the firm has more than 50 lawyers serving clients in industries ranging from agriculture to technology.