Olga Rotstein graduated from law school in Russia in 1991. She did mostly litigation work representing clients in a variety of different legal matters. After moving to the US in 2001, she completed the four-year Washington State Bar Association Law Clerk mentorship program under Rule 6 of State of Washington Admission and Practice Rules while working for tax and personal injury attorneys as a Law Clerk. In 2010, she was admitted to practice law in the State of Washington. From 2010 to 2019 she practiced tax, bankruptcy, immigration, real estate and personal injury law as a sole practitioner. April of 2021, she joined the litigation team at Phillips Law Firm.
For over two decades of her life, Olga has been devoted to defending the rights of her clients in different areas of law, from immigration and tax law to foreclosure prevention and protection of debtors’ rights. Since 2019, she has been working primarily on personal injury cases. First, she worked for Progressive Insurance Company as assistant before realizing she could find more personal satisfaction representing the interests of individuals rather than big corporations.
Her previous diversified experience in different areas of law and devotion to her clients have allowed her to become very well suited with PLF’s client-focused style of legal service. Olga has been happily married for 23 years and has a 14-year-old daughter. The most important “hobby” for her is educating her daughter and helping her reach her dream of becoming a medical doctor someday. Olga and her family like to travel, hike, kayak, and just spend time with friends.
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Washington State Bar Association Law Clerk mentorship program under Rule 6 of State of Washington Admission and Practice Rules
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