Susan Park is a litigator with extensive experience handling civil and criminal cases through all phases of litigation.
She graduated with distinction from Stanford University before attending Stanford Law School, where she graduated with pro bono distinction for exceptional pro bono service. She interned for the Stanford Law Review while an undergraduate.
After earning her law degree, she practiced as a commercial litigator at law firms in New York City and as a prosecutor at the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office.
She currently serves the City of Seattle as an Assistant City Attorney in the Civil Division, where she defends the City in civil suits and advises various City departments.
She has litigated in federal and state courts across the country and has first-chaired both civil and criminal trials with successful outcomes.
In her free time, Susan enjoys exploring corners of the Pacific Northwest with her son and husband and reading fiction.