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Industry Law
Occupation Attorney
Location Federal Way, Washington
Introduction Bruce Clement was recently interviewed on both ABC News and Good Morning America. He was born in Yakima Washington, and graduated from Eisenhower High School. He served two years in the Peace Corps (Philippines), and received his BA in Political Science with honors from the University of Washington. While in undergraduate school he attended classes during the day; worked a night shift 40 hours a week; and did his homework on the weekends. In law school at the UW, Mr. Clement was Casenote Editor of the Washington Law Review. Upon graduation from law school he was also commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Signal Corps, and transferred to the JAG Corps three years later. He worked in the State Attorney General's Office for 17 years before moving to private practice. In the AGO he handled hundreds of child abuse and neglect cases for DSHS, and for two years was its lead trainer for caseworkers on the law of child abuse. Bruce Clement has dedicated his career to providing the highest quality legal services to his clients. His busy family law practice includes many interstate and international child custody cases.