Alan Green was born and raised in Spokane, and attended Lewis and Clark High School. After graduating from Western Washington University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a minor in philosophy, he moved to Florida to attend Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law Center. Alan graduated early from law school, while working for one of the pre-eminent non-profit environmental and land use attorneys in the country and handling major state and federal litigation over land use issues involving development in the Florida Keys and Everglades. Alan spent the next five years practicing law in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, handling worker’s compensation, personal injury, premises liability, auto negligence, products liability and other civil matters. Alan quickly became the managing attorney in charge of the South Florida region for a national civil law firm based out of Tennessee. Alan managed that office until deciding to return to Spokane in 2007.
In 2010, Alan formed The Green Law Office in order to provide the people of Spokane and Eastern Washington with aggressive, cost-effective legal representation. He advises and represents clients from every walk of life, from large businesses to individuals. Alan is truly a full service counselor, and represents clients with personal injury claims, estate planning concerns, matters concerning large and small businesses, first- and third-party insurance disputes, construction defect claims, and the restoration of clients’ gun rights. In addition to his general civil practice, Alan is also house counsel counsel for the web and software design company, Imaginary Trout, LLC, and managing member of, and general counsel for, Montana-based fly fishing company, CATCH Fly Fishing.
Currently, Alan maintains the following licenses to practice law: Washington State Bar, Florida State Bar (Inactive), Arizona State Bar (as Registered In-house Counsel, retired), Federal 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, Federal Southern District Court of Florida, Federal Middle District of Florida, Federal Eastern District of Washington.
Alan enjoys spending time with his family in the outdoors of the Great Northwest, fly fishing for trout and steelhead, and hunting with his bird dog, Gus.
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