Felicia delves deep into the issues at hand to get concrete results for her clients. As an attorney in Keller Rohrback’s nationally recognized Complex Litigation Group, Felicia is able to combine her interest in people with her drive to hold bad actors responsible for wrongdoing.
In 2018, Felicia received her J.D., cum laude, from Harvard Law School, where she served as an Executive Article Editor of the Harvard Law & Policy Review. Felicia gained practical legal experience as a clinical student attorney, representing low-income survivors of domestic violence in family court and prosecuting criminal cases in state court. Following law school, Felicia moved back to Washington and clerked for Washington State Supreme Court Chief Justice Mary Fairhurst.
Prior to joining Keller Rohrback as an attorney, Felicia worked with the firm in 2017 as a summer associate. Drawn to the work of complex litigation and the firm’s justice-oriented community, Felicia returned to Keller Rohrback as an associate attorney in 2019 at the conclusion of her clerkship. Her current work involves representing government entities in the fight against the youth vaping epidemic and representing consumers in cases where the business practices of drug manufacturers, pharmacy benefit managers, and other entities have driven up the costs of pharmaceuticals to the detriment of consumers.
Outside of work, Felicia enjoys hiking, watching soccer and gymnastics, and reading fantasy novels.
Bar and Court Admissions
2019, Western District of Washington
Northeastern University – B.S. in Criminal Justice, summa cum laude, 2014
President of Criminal Justice Student Advisory Council, President of Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity
Harvard Law School – J.D., cum laude, 2018
Executive Article Editor, Harvard Law and Policy Review
Professional & Civic Involvement
Washington Women Lawyers, Member
Washington State Bar Litigation Section, Member
Washington State Bar Criminal Law Section, Member