Meet Attorney Brice Leahy of Leahy Law
After experiencing the traumatic and painful effects of a motorcycle accident firsthand, attorney Brice Leahy is personally invested in helping you get your life back together following an injury. Helping people is his favorite part of being a lawyer, and he can take the burden off of your hands while he takes care of every aspect of the legal process. He understands that his role at Leahy Law is magnified by the potential consequences and will work hard to get the results you want.Watch More Videos <
Brice Leahy chose to be an attorney to fight for the “little guy” against big insurance. Brice is an active Eagle Member of the Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ) which is comprised of the top civil justice attorneys in Washington State. Brice has proven results for his clients, yet is always striving to raise the bar for future client outcomes. Brice believes that making decisions that are in the best interests of his clients and not settling for anything less than excellence is why clients keep requesting him as their attorney.
Brice was recognized by Super Lawyers as a Washington Rising Star, an honor reserved for lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice. Only 2.5% of attorneys in Washington received this distinction. Brice also received Member of the Year from the Pierce County Young Professionals Network for his contribution as its Membership Chair. In 2016 Brice found a need for a young lawyer plaintiff's group, so he founded the Tacoma Plaintiffs Attorney Round table (TPAR). Brice is also the co-chair of the WSAJ Round table for Pierce County.
Beyond the personal injury practice field, Brice gained tremendous satisfaction and experience being a Special Deputy Prosecutor. As a Prosecutor Brice worked his cases vigorously, including conducting numerous jury trials. Brice also brings his experience to Leahy Law from his involvement as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Josephine Mooney, legal associate for a prestigious Seattle-based personal injury law firm, and a legal associate for the Spokane Public Defenders Office.
I truly feel honored to be the integral part in asserting justice for my clients. My goal is to have every client be truly happy with the outcome of their case, and be proud to call me their attorney."
Brice attended both the University of Oregon and Lewis & Clark Law Schools, where he received the Pro Bono Service Honors Certificate, completed mediator training, and represented the University of Oregon at the Saul Lefkowitz Competition in San Francisco. Brice graduated cum laude from Eastern Washington University with degrees in Business Administration and Management Information Systems. Brice was also a starting left offensive tackle and proud member of the 2010 NCAA-IAA National Championship Football Team. While at EWU, Brice was recognized as a Big Sky All-Academic Team Player and top-ranked offensive lineman, member of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honors Society (top 10% of business class invited), vice president of the Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity, and Voting member of the EWU Student Disciplinary and Student Athletic Advisory Councils.
Today Brice is active in the Tacoma Pierce County Bar Association, the Tacoma Young Professional’s Network, and is on the social committee for the TPCBA new lawyers group. Brice enjoys golfing, weight lifting, reading, indoor rock climbing, and investigating the newest technology.