Before becoming an attorney, Reuben worked in the construction and building trade. He puts his prior life experience to good use in his practice areas of environmental and land use law. In addition to being a skilled attorney, Reuben is a compassionate advocate who loves working with his clients to solve problems and keep goals and objectives on track.
Reuben began his career at the Washington Supreme Court where he served as law clerk to Justice Charles W. Johnson. Prior to that, he served as extern to Judge James L. Robart at the Federal District Court in Seattle.
Reuben is active in his community, serving on the board of Safe Streets Tacoma and providing pro bono representation at the neighborhood law clinic and as a cooperating attorney with the ACLU of Washington.
When not practicing law Reuben enjoys exploring Western Washington and beyond with his wife and two young sons.
Washington State Bar Association
Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association
American Bar Association
Reuben assists landowners with a wide variety of real estate and land use disputes in state court. He also helps real property owners navigate various land use matters relating to permitting and development.
In addition, Reuben aids his clients with the drafting of easements, boundary-line adjustments, and other land-use related legal documents.