why we practice immigration law
At the Law Office of Keaton H Whitten, we practice immigration law because we honor the people we serve, and we value the contributions immigrants make to our communities and to our country. We recognize that U.S. immigration law is complex, and has significant ramifications for the lives of our clients. The Law Office of Keaton H Whitten is committed to providing the highest quality representation, and to defending justice in our immigration system.
Keaton H Whitten enjoys working with immigrants and has been committed to serving refugee and immigrant communities in the Seattle area for over fifteen years. After obtaining her B.A. degree at Stanford University, Keaton returned to Seattle to work in refugee resettlement. She later joined a prominent immigration law firm in Seattle where she served as an immigration paralegal for several years.
Keaton founded the Law Office of Keaton H Whitten after graduating from the University of Washington School of Law in 2010. She is dedicated to providing superior service in order to help individuals and families successfully navigate complex immigration laws. Keaton is committed to pro bono work and volunteers with the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project.
American Immigration Lawyers Association (2010 - Present)
Washington State Bar Association (2010 - Present)
VOLUNTEER AND CIVIC INVOLVEMENT
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project - Volunteer Attorney
UW Immigrant and Family Advocacy Project (IFAP) - Past Volunteer Attorney
Stanford University, B.A. Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity, 2001
University of Washington, J.D., 2010
BAR/ COURT ADMISSIONS
Washington State Bar Association, 2010
U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington, 2011
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, 2011