Beth Bloom has dedicated her career to restoring justice for employees. She is the principal attorney and managing shareholder of Bloom Law PLLC.
Beth has had a successful career to date including several multimillion-dollar jury verdicts for employees fired because of discrimination and retaliation. Her practice areas include employment discrimination, sexual harassment, whistleblower retaliation, and breach of contract. She also works with executives in employment agreement negotiations.
Beth enjoys giving back to the legal profession as a board member for the Endowment for Equal Justice and the King County Bar Association. In 2019, she was invited to join the honorary society of the American Bar Association Fellows.
Beth has received many honors for her work, including being named perennially as a “Washington Super Lawyer” in plaintiff’s employment litigation. Beth is honored as one of the top 100 Trial Lawyers and Women Lawyers in Washington. She regularly teaches trial advocacy and employment law at legal seminars.
Beth received her law degree from New York University School of Law. She is a former federal district court law clerk in the Southern District of New York in Manhattan. In 2001, she returned to her hometown of Seattle, Washington.
On her days off, Beth enjoys time outside with her family and friends, especially paddling the many lakes and rivers of beautiful Washington. She also loves to travel. Her favorite food is chicken tacos.
J.D. – New York University School of Law (cum laude)
B.A. – University of Washington
Ms. Bloom is a Board Member of the Endowment for Equal Justice Board, which invests in a sustainable future for civil legal aid funding to benefit Washington families facing poverty, racial, social, and economic injustice. She received the President’s Award from the King County Bar Association for her civic leadership and contributions to the legal community.