Brian C. Doyle
“I strive to make the law both approachable and fulfilling for my clients. If I am not adding value to your life or your business, I am not doing my job.” – Brian Doyle
Brian adopted the Tri-Cities as his hometown in 2008 when he married into a local family that has been running a small business here for nearly fifty years. After growing up in the Midwest, Brian moved to Washington in 2001 to attend Gonzaga University. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Gonzaga with a degree in Economics and a minor in English.
Brian went on to study law at the University of Washington School of Law. He graduated in the spring of 2014 and passed the bar exam in the fall of 2014.
Brian interned with Leavy, Schultz, Davis & Ruff, P.S. in the summer of 2013. In fact, he sought employ with the firm in 2010 as a paralegal, but Bill and Beau encouraged him to attend law school. Four years later, he completed school, and the firm hired him as an associate. Brian also had the honor of working as a judicial extern for the Honorable Edward F. Shea, United States District Court, Eastern District of Washington in the spring of 2014. Brian also worked as a summer intern for Mission Support Alliance, L.L.C., Legal Support on the Hanford Site.
While in law school, Brian enjoyed competitions in appellate advocacy, and he also served as an intern for the Washington State Bar Association’s Moderate Means Program. Brian focused his legal studies on estate planning and small business planning. Before turning to a career in law, Brian worked as a carpenter and cabinetmaker in both Chicago, Illinois and in the Tri-Cities area.
Outside the Office
Brian and his wife Andrea stay busy chasing their two young children around the house. Brian also plays golf, skis, hikes, camps, brews beer, and keeps up his carpentry skills in his spare time.