Seth Cooper is engaged in a wide-ranging private legal practice, based in Everett, WA.
Seth is committed to the principles of the Declaration of Independence and to the U.S. and WA Constitutions.
Court admissions: Washington State (2004); U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit; U.S. Supreme Court.
B.A. Political Science - Pacific Lutheran University (1999). J.D. - Seattle University School of Law (2003). Judicial Law Clerk to the Hon. James Johnson, Washington Supreme Court (2005-06). Lincoln Fellow, Claremont Institute (2009).
In addition to his legal work, Seth has extensive experience in legislative, regulatory and public policy matters. Topics include: government operations, elections, eminent domain, telecommunications, and information technology. Seth's work in public policy is driven by a strong commitment to limited government, individual liberty, and free markets.