I am the founder of The McCulloch Law Firm and head of our Seattle office.
I earned my J.D. from Yale Law School in 2005, during which time I interned for the U.S. Department of Justice and the counselor to the president of the World Bank. After law school I began my legal career in the litigation section of the DC office of a large national firm, where I honed my skills in both complex civil litigation and appellate practice. During this time, I helped author briefs in numerous appeals and several major cases before the United States Supreme Court. I later served as a law clerk to the Honorable Eric L. Clay on the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Following my clerkship, I turned the focus of my practice to copyright enforcement and litigation.
For over a decade, I have devoted my practice to representing individual artists and creative businesses across a variety of industries, from sport and fashion photographers to music producers, movie directors, street artists, and other creative professionals. I have successfully litigated and resolved claims against nearly all of the major stock photography agencies and publishing houses, as well as various sports leagues and franchises.
Every member of the McCulloch Law team is committed to providing all of our clients with personal service and the highest quality representation.
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