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Rowan Laidlaw

Rowan began her career as an Associate at Working Solutions Law Firm after graduating from Northeastern University School of Law as a scholar in the Program for Human Rights and the Global Economy.  She is also a member of the National Lawyers Guild.  

During law school, Rowan was a law clerk at Root and Rebound in Oakland, CA. There, she advocated for clients who were unlawfully discriminated against by employers due to past criminal records, and participated in community events such as Know Your Rights presentations and criminal record clearing workshops. Rowan was also a law clerk at Lakota People’s Law Project in Bismarck, ND, where her work centered around researching and advocating for the protection of the Indian Child Welfare Act, a federal law that was enacted to remedy past, and prevent future discrimination against Native Peoples and Tribes. Additionally, Rowan clerked at Working Solutions Law Firm, growing her legal skills and interest in protecting workers’ rights. Her experience advocating against private and public discrimination informs her work today at Working Solutions Law Firm. Rowan is admitted to the Washington state bar.