Sophia Woolery is an associate attorney at Reed Longyear. She has been in practice since 2014 and practices exclusively in the area of family law, including but not limited to marital dissolutions, child custody actions, actions for child support, and domestic violence matters. Sophia approaches each of her cases with pragmatism, empathy, and care. She prides herself on strong communication and advocacy skills—both inside and outside the courtroom. Sophia has handled a wide array of family law matters and has the experience to handle the unique issues and nuances each case brings.
Sophia Woolery graduated from the University of Washington with her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Spanish in 2011, and went on to graduate from Seattle University School of Law in 2014. While attending SU Law, Sophia clerked for the Honorable Kathryn Nelson and the Honorable Thomas Felnagle in Pierce County Superior Court. She also worked as a Rule 9 Extern at the Crystal Judson Family Justice Center in Tacoma, Washington, providing legal services to survivors of domestic violence and families in need.
When she isn’t working, you can catch Sophia supporting Seattle’s live music scene, riding her bike, practicing yoga, and enjoying all that the great PNW has to offer.