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Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt

CaroLea Casas

CaroLea Casas



  • Litigation & Dispute Resolution

WSG Practice Industries


Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt
Washington, U.S.A.


CaroLea Casas works with a variety of businesses throughout the Northwest to develop creative solutions to tough litigation challenges. She approaches every project with the same goal: to ask the right questions, provide clear communication and deliver a thorough and well-argued final product. She works alongside other Schwabe litigators as an attentive member of the team, making sure the client always has someone in their corner.

Although originally from California, CaroLea is a homegrown Schwabe lawyer, having spent both of her summers during law school working in the firm’s Seattle office. During law school, CaroLea also externed with Legal Voice and the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington.

CaroLea spent much of her time before law school interning with community direct service organizations and local government agencies, and both working in and managing restaurants. These positions, despite their differences, taught her about the value of strong communication and quick problem solving. They also gave her a genuine passion for teambuilding and individual connection that she now carries over into her relationships with clients as an attorney.

Bar Admissions

  • United States District Court, Western District of Washington
  • Washington State


  • University of Puget Sound, Bachelor of Arts degree, History (2015)
  • University of Washington School of Law, Juris Doctor degree, Order of the Barristers (2018)
Areas of Practice

Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

  • Researches legal and factual backgrounds for cases and uses that research to draft motions for court filings and internal memoranda.
  • Defeated a summary judgment motion for a client.
  • Coordinated decryption of documents necessary to a client’s settlement agreement.
  • Prepared deposition outlines for ongoing Public Records Act litigation.
  • Has experience mooting other attorneys for appellate argument.


  • The State of Manufacturing in the Pacific Northwest
  • Op-Ed: Drafting Fair and Reasonable Construction Subcontract Clauses

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