Sydney Sullivan works with clients that span across the firm’s construction, commercial litigation, business and real estate, and government contracts groups. Sydney has assisted clients in all stages of the litigation process including contract review, in-depth legal research, drafting and responding to discovery, leading and defending depositions, motions practice, and handling arbitrations and mediations.
Prior to joining the firm, Sydney represented clients in construction defect litigation, product liability litigation, mass/toxic tort litigation, personal injury defense litigation, and employment and labor law litigation.
During law school, Sydney was admitted to the University of Washington Pro Bono Honor Society, after she completed over 90 hours of pro bono work with the University of Washington Moderate Means Program. In addition, Sydney worked as a Legal Writing Fellow helping other students tailor their legal writing skills. Sydney also participated in the University of Washington Women’s law caucus, Association of Student Defenders and Prosecutors, and competed in University of Washington’s Mock Trial Competition.
In her spare time, Sydney enjoys training for competitive running races, practicing yoga, baking new recipes, and listening to true crime podcasts.
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News & Insights
- Groundbreaking Washington Supreme Court Insurance Law Decision – When public policy and contractors’ commercial general liability insurance (CGL) policies collide.
- Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker LLP attorneys Sydney Sullivan and Jedidiah Blake II were published in the July edition of The Associated General Contractors of Alaska!