Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP partner LeAnne Bremer was presented with the Passing the Torch Award from the Washington Women Lawyers on October 12 in Seattle, Washington. This award goes to an individual who has gone above and beyond with regard to mentoring women lawyers and “passing the torch” to others in a way that supports the WWL Mission Statement.
LeAnne is the partner-in-charge of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn’s Vancouver, Washington office. She is an executive committee member of the Washington State Bar Association’s Environmental and Land Use Section, a member of the Oregon State Bar’s Real Estate and Land Use Section, a member of the Washington Women Lawyers St. Helen’s Chapter, and a member of the Clark County Bar Association.
About LeAnne Bremer
LeAnne focuses her practice on land use law, real estate, and government affairs. She is well versed in all land use planning and development issues, including plan review, environmental review, and permitting issues. LeAnne also serves as a board member and secretary of the Humane Society of Southwest Washington, a board member and executive committee member of the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington, a board member and chairperson of the public policy committee of the Columbia River Economic Development Council (CREDC), a board member of the Clark College Foundation, a board member of the Council for Homeless, a board member of the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, and is a past board member of the YMCA-Clark County. LeAnne earned her bachelor’s degree at Portland State University before receiving her law degree at Lewis & Clark Law School.
About the Washington Women Lawyers
Washington Women Lawyers (WWL) is Washington's largest organization dedicated to furthering the full integration of women in the legal profession and promoting equal rights and opportunities for women. Through the combined resources of a statewide organization and a network of local chapters, Washington Women Lawyers offers programming and support for women lawyers throughout the state.