State LTC Ombudsman Attorney
Amy Freeman is an attorney in private practice in Seattle with experience in federal and state litigation and legislative advocacy in both California and Washington. Since 2013, she has represented the WA State LTC Ombudsman Program. From 2008-12, Ms. Freeman worked as an elder law attorney with Columbia Legal Services in Seattle, where she spearheaded the establishment of the Peter Greenfield Internship, Washington’s only legal internship focused exclusively on low-income elderly clients. Formerly the chair of the elder law sections of the WA State and King County Bar Associations, Ms. Freeman continues to hold leadership positions in both sections. Before relocating to Seattle, she practiced employment law and class action litigation in the Los Angeles office of O’Melveny & Myers. Prior to law school, Ms. Freeman worked for a variety of organizations that serve low-income elderly individuals.