Travis Moeller is an associate attorney at Blair & Kim and a recent graduate of Seattle University School of Law. Travis practices criminal defense, family law, and personal injury law. Travis previously worked as a Rule 9 intern at Blair & Kim during his second and third year of law school.
Travis graduated from Seattle University Cum Laude and achieved CALI awards in Legal Writing and Professional Responsibility during his time in law school, which are given to the student who earns the top grade in a class. During law school, Travis was a student fellow at the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality and was a member of the Civil Rights Amicus Brief Project. Travis and two other students successfully represented an inmate in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals arguing that the inmate had been denied his right to court access in violation of both the First and Fourteenth Amendments.
Prior to joining Blair & Kim, Travis worked as an extern to the Honorable Hollis Hill at the King County Juvenile Court, where he primarily worked with the Family Treatment Court, which is an alternative to Dependency Court for parents who need access to drug and alcohol treatment and individualized services to support the family. Travis also worked as a research assistant for Professor Carmen Gonzalez and interned at the Moderate Means Program, which helps connect low income clients with lawyers who offer legal assistance at a reduced fee.
During his free time, Travis enjoys placing rec sports and rooting on his hometown Seattle sports teams.