Clients of Lakeview Law receive the same level of consideration and service that I expect if I hired an attorney.

Most clients want to be educated about an issue so that they can make an informed decision.  They want someone who understands their objectives, can explain the law and options in clear language, and is a highly effective advocate in negotiations and in court.  Clients want someone who is intelligent and thorough.  They also expect transparency and fairness in billing practices.

Educating my clients about the law and assisting them with solutions to their legal issues are two of the reasons that I enjoy being an attorney.  Advocating for a client and securing a favorable outcome—one that has a positive impact on their life or business—is incredibly satisfying.

I work very hard to keep legal costs as low as possible and consider a sliding fee scale for qualified clients.

Before law school, I worked as a complex litigation paralegal for more than 15 years in some of the most highly-respected law firms in Seattle.  Identifying legal issues, managing discovery, and assisting with trials, arbitration, and mediation gave me invaluable experience in case assessment and strategy, research, writing, motions practice, and dispute resolution.

While attending Seattle University School of Law, I was a member of the Editorial Board on the Seattle Journal for Social Justice and a Legal Intern in the Mediation and Family Law clinic courses at Ronald A. Peterson Law Clinic.

In my spare time, you can find me working out at the gym with my husband, a fine art and commercial photographer (J. Mark Griffith Photography), playing with our exuberant (and more than slightly spoiled) seven-year-old Labrador retriever, and pursuing creative writing projects.


    Seattle University School of Law, J.D., 2008

        Editor, Seattle Journal for Social Justice, 2006-2008

        Legal Intern, Ronald A. Peterson Law Clinic, 2007-2008

    University of Washington, B.A., English (Creative Writing Emphasis)

Professional Memberships


    Washington State Bar Association

    King County Bar Association

Business Associations

    South Lake Union Chamber of Commerce

    Queen Anne Chamber of Commerce

Volunteer Attorney Activities

    King County Bar Association, Neighborhood Legal Clinics (2003 to present)

    Public Law Library of King County Walk-in Clinic (2013)

    Washington First Responder Will Clinic (2011 to present)


Volunteer Community Activities

    Puget Soundkeeper Alliance, Lake Union Sweep

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Carrie M. Kovacevich, Attorney

Phone:  (206) 367-6962