About Louie Li
Born in the wonderful city of Beijing, China, I immigrated to the United States with my family at the ripe age of five. After arriving in the United States, I adopted Seattle as my new home town, and have been a proud Seattleite ever since.
As is tradition with many homegrown Washingtonians, I attended the University of Washington, becoming the first of what I hope to be a long generation of Huskies. Initially planning to pursue a career in medicine, my dedication to social justice eventually led me to double-majors in Political Science and Law, Societies, and Justice. Following graduation, I gave up a promising future in the culinary arts, deciding to pursue a career in Law. As was inevitable, I eventually obtained my degree from the University of Washington School of Law, fulfilling my calling as a Double Dawg.
As a member of the Washington State Bar Association, I am active in the Family Law, Probate and Trust, and Tax Law Sections. I am also involved with the King County Bar Association, and do my best to contribute to the wonderful volunteer programs maintained by the KCBA.
In addition to my ability to occasionally string together coherent sentences in English, I also speak conversational Mandarin Chinese, and even have some limited understanding of the French language.
I focus my practice on the areas of Family Law and Estate Planning.