Mary Reiten

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Mary Reiten is a member of Terrell Marshall Law Group PLLC (“TMLG”), where she concentrates her practice on real estate law, litigation, and class actions. Mary has significant experience representing both homeowners and condominium associations in complex disputes arising under Washington law. In addition, she has successfully represented clients in cases involving breach of purchase and sale agreements, timber trespass, and easements.

Mary is currently pursuing her mediation certification through the King County Dispute Resolution Center. She has a wide range of experience negotiating favorable resolutions for her clients, including homeowner associations and their members. Mary has also served as class counsel for plaintiff classes in antitrust, securities, and non-injury, product-defect class actions. She is currently serving as class counsel in several consumer protection class actions and has extensive class action trial experience.

Prior to joining TMLG, Mary was a member of Tousley Brain Stephens PLLC, where she practiced for twelve years. Outside the courtroom, Mary enjoys gardening, preserving the harvest, and all things literary.

Professional Organizations and Activities

  • Washington State Community Association Institute
    • Member 2006 to present
    • Business Partners’ Committee Founding Member 2011- 2013
    • Legislative Action Committee 2013 to present
  • King County Washington Women’s Lawyer’s Association
    • Board Member 2008 – Present
    • Member 2006 – Present
  • King County and State-Wide Washington Women’s Lawyer’s Judicial Evaluation Committee
    • King County Member 2010 – Present & Co-Chair 2011 – Present
    • State Member 2011 to Present
  • Public Justice Foundation
    • Member 2007 – Present
  • WSBA Rules for Professional Conduct Committee
    • Member 2006 – 2007

Professional Recognition

  • Washington Women’s Lawyers, President’s Award, 2012
  • Rising Star, Washington Law and Politics, 2004


  • University of California, Hastings College of the Law – J.D.
    • Public Interest Scholar
  • University of California, Berkeley – High Honors in Anthropology – B.A.
    • President’s Scholar

Bar Admissions

Alaska (inactive)

Court Admissions

USDC for the West. Dist. of WA
USDC for the Central Dist. of CA
USDC for the North. Dist. of CA
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
Southern District of California