Phillip Ayers is a staff attorney in the Puget Sound region serving the Seattle office.
Phillip has always found joy in helping other people. After spending several years working as a production specialist in a factory in Seattle, he decided to become a personal injury attorney due to his desire to help others and his belief that the legal profession should focus on serving others in their time of need. Phillip believes that being an attorney is one of the few professions where one’s service to others can truly make a difference in people’s lives and takes great pride and honor in learning people’s stories and helping them in any way he can.
Phillip started as an intern with GLP Attorneys and was immediately struck by the firm’s commitment to its clients. GLP Attorneys stood out to him as the right firm, not only for serving and helping other people who have suffered injury and loss, but also for its culture and core values.
- Seattle University School of Law, J.D., 2023
- Graduated Cum Laude
- Law Review editor/team lead
- To be published in an upcoming volume of Seattle University Law Review: “The Dark Side of Chocolate: Is Nestlé USA, Inc. v. Doe a Death Knell to Corporate Human Rights Responsibility"
- Duberstein Bankruptcy National Moot Court competition
- CALI Excellence for the Future Awards: Legal Writing, Skills, & Values I; Legal Writing, Skills, & Values II; Persuasive Writing and Oral Advocacy; and Property
- Arizona State University, B.A., Art History, 2019
- Washington State Bar, 2023
Phillip is originally from Florida and is a huge fan of Tampa Bay sports teams. In his spare time, he enjoys writing crossword puzzles with the hopes of being published in the New York Times someday. Phillip's wife owns a bakery and keeps him well-supplied with his favorite baked goods.