Welcome Darby To The Firm

January 18, 2017

Schlemlein Fick and Scruggs, PLLC announces the arrival of Darby DuComb who will lead the firm's new land use practice. Darby's land use and local government experience brings a wealth of fresh talent to the firm and its real estate development clients. Her practice ranges from downtown towers to agricultural uses in unincorporated areas and everything in between. She represents a tremendous addition to the firm's real estate development practice.

Darby previously worked in land use in private practice and then for the City of Seattle, both in the Seattle City Attorney's Office and the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections. Darby is a hardworking, analytical lawyer that finds solutions to complex problems. Best known for her high achieving drive to get things done and amicable creative style, Darby resolves complex and difficult cases and projects in dynamic and political environments. She received her J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law (1994) where she was Associate Editor for the Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation.

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