Alice Bagirova is a Washington state attorney practicing in King, Snohomish and Pierce Counties. She obtained her juris doctorate degree in law at Seattle University in 2014 and has been building her practice ever since. Prior to passing the bar, Alice: volunteered in a domestic violence clinic at Santa Monica's Courthouse in the state of California; she completed an externship at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles; worked through the family law fellowship program at East Side Legal Assistance Program (ELAP). For ELAP, Alice represented clients in family law matters and protection order hearings pertaining to Domestic Violence.
Alice’s professional focus is in the areas of family law, personal injury, traffic tickets, and DUI’s.
She has been an active participant in an array of different organizations in Washington. For the last three years she served on the Washington Young Lawyers Committee created by the Washington State Bar Association. Alice is currently the vice president of the East King County Bar Association, and a board member of the International Families Justice Coalition.
In addition to English, she is fluent in Russian. When not working Alice enjoys hiking, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.