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About Andrew Engelson

Andrew Engelson is an award-winning freelance journalist and editor with more than 20 years of experience. His writing has appeared in Investigate West, The Seattle Times, the Urbanist, South Seattle Emerald, The Stranger, Crosscut, Real Change, Tin House, University of Washington Magazine, High Country News, Seattle Weekly, Washington Trails, and many other publications. He’s the winner of several first place awards from the Western Washington Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and was the founding editor of Cascadia Magazine.

Articles Written by Andrew Engelson

'The Legacy We Leave'

IP attorney Julia Markley on Portland creativity and the two affinity Bars she helped found

Climate Goals

Environmental attorney Mitchell Tsai on how developers game the system

One Case at a Time

How a kid from LA and a prodigy from the USSR met, fell in love, and started a practice

The Two Worlds of Tiana Mykkeltvedt

How an orphan from Vietnam wound up reconnecting with her heritage

After the Fall of Saigon

How Teri Pham’s family escaped Vietnam and rebuilt in Pasadena

Iron Man

“The extremes are where I find I’m most relaxed,” says PI plaintiff attorney John Coletti

'What We Do'

Why Brian Martin believes pro bono work benefits himself as much as his clients

Orange County

Civil rights attorney Olu Orange fights to hold police and governments accountable

Moot Camp

Renée Rothauge is helping female attorneys improve trial skills one seminar at a time

A Man with Two Countries

Bryan Ramos works to recognize Filipino WWII vets

Of Pianos and Presidents

How Harry Truman Moore met the Beatles, became friends with Bill Clinton, and played some of the most famous pianos in the world

Faster Each Year

As peers retire, Kelly Andersen climbs and cycles mountains

Qatar Riffs

How two years in Doha altered Yasmine Abdel-Aal’s career

Stockholm Syndrome

Sara Khaki’s journey from Iran to America included a 10-year layover in Sweden

Probate Games

Lansing Palmer makes a novel argument in the dispute over Tom Clancy’s estate

Where He’s Calling From

Jim McDermott’s first novel is set in a blue-collar town like the one he left behind

Spirits of the Law

Why Kim Willoughby is the unofficial state bar mixologist


Nicole Heffel helps female vets in trouble

Rescue Me

Bill Slaughter of Ojai finds people lost in the woods

American Flyer

It’s a rare day when Jim Brown isn’t on a bicycle

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