Bio Ms. Ward grew up in Vancouver, Washington and is actively involved in the community. She attended Reed College and the William S. Boyd School of Law on scholarship and obtained an LL.M in International Law with International Relations from the Brussels School of International Studies. Ms. Ward is fluent in French and after living abroad for many years, she returned home to the Pacific Northwest.
In addition to her other practice areas, Ms. Ward specializes in Collaborative Law and mediation. She aims to resolve family disputes in a way that is respectful and cost effective. With this goal in mind, she became the first Wevorce Associate in Clark County. Ms. Ward also serves on the International Association of Collaborative Professionals Access to Collaboration Task Force. She is a compassionate and effective advocate who volunteers regularly at Community Mediation Services and the Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Program.
Professional and Community Involvement
Vice President of the Clark County Young Lawyers.
Volunteer with Community Mediation Services.
Volunteer with Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Program.
Member of International Association of Collaborative Professionals Access to Collaboration Task Force.
Treasurer of the Clark County Family Law Section.
Admitted to Practice
Washington State Courts.
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington.
Bacheor of Arts in French from Reed College.
Juris Doctor from William S. Boyd School of Law.
LL.M in International Law from Brussels School of International Studies.