For Associate Attorney Zachary (Zach) E. Davies, cases are as much about the people as they are the issues, but it’s his attention to the smallest detail that often provides the means to resolve a difficult case.
A natural communicator with an easygoing style, Zach’s ability to read between the lines and uncover the facts is one of main reasons he became a lawyer after a career that included work with the City of Seattle’s police and building departments. At SLC, he delights in digging in to provide context and clarity for SLC’s creditor’s rights cases while broadening his knowledge of this highly specialized area of law.
After serving as Executive Editor of Notes and Comments for the Seattle University Law Review, Zach graduatedsumma cum laude in 2009 with a Juris Doctorate from Seattle University School of Law. Prior to joining SLC, he interned at the Law Offices of Ressler & Tesh, PLLC and served as a law clerk for Judge George N. Bowden of the Snohomish County Superior Court.
Zach has had a strong interest in foreclosure law since law school, when his student article, Rescuing the Rescued: Stemming the Tide of Foreclosure Rescue Scams in Washington, 31 Seattle U. L. Rev. 353, was published by the Seattle University Law Review. Pursuant to this interest, he keeps a close eye on the evolution of the statutes governing non-judicial foreclosures.
Zach lives in Seattle with his wife and two young children. A passionate baseball fan, he umpires high school, community college, and summer league games. He also enjoys biking, camping, spending time with his family, and playing the trombone.