Colin George graduated from New York University School of Law in 2008, where he was a Robert McKay scholar. After graduation he worked in the litigation department at Kirkland & Ellis, LLP in New York City. He then served as a law clerk to the Honorable John C. Coughenour, United States District Judge for the Western District of Washington. After his clerkship, Colin worked as a trial lawyer for the Federal Defenders of Eastern Washington and Idaho. Colin returned to Seattle to work for a commercial litigation boutique that became Hall & George PLLC. Colin founded Granite Spire Law Group PLLC in 2019 to provide the highest quality legal representation to consumers who are the victims of unethical timeshare developers. Colin enjoys climbing mountains around Washington and has been trying to climb the 100 highest peaks in Washington State for far too long now.
HENRY KING CHAE
Henry King Chae graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 2003, where he served as a Law Review Member from 2002-2003, and he also worked as a prosecuting Assistant City Attorney intern for the City of Seattle Attorney’s Office until graduation. After graduation, he worked for the Pierce County Prosecuting attorney’s office as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. He then later returned to the City of Seattle Attorney’s office and continued his career as an Assistant City Attorney and then later as a Liaison Attorney for the office, working closely with the Seattle area communities and the Seattle Police Department to address community issues. In 2012, he left the City of Seattle Attorney’s office to pursue his own solo practice in the private sector. He practiced in the areas of criminal defense, personal injury, and estate planning. During this time, he also worked for the Department of Social Heath and Services (DSHS) Adult Protective Services (APS) where he prosecuted individuals who abused and financially exploited vulnerable adults. Henry King Chae is committed to apply his years of experience as a trial/litigation attorney to help consumers who are the victims of unethical time share developers. Henry King Chae enjoys playing basketball, playing the guitar, and singing during his free time.
David Kincaid graduated from Florida Coastal School of Law in 2016. While in school, he worked with social services organizations including Guardian ad Litem, Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, and the Public Interest Research Bureau. After graduation, the Department of Children and Families hired David as an Assistant Attorney General where he represented the State in dependency proceedings. David moved to the state of Washington in 2018 to pursue his interest in real property law. He joined Granite Spire Law Group in 2019 where he advocates for consumer protection in the timeshare industry. David is a pianist, violinist, and composer in his spare time. he teaches music and collaborates with musicians throughout the United States.
Conner Spani is an Attorney at Granite Spire Law Group PLLC. He earned a degree in Business with a concentration in law from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. He then went on to earn dual JD/MBA degrees from Willamette University where he was a merit scholarship recipient for both the law school and the business school. Conner was recognized as a member of Willamette’s Pro Bono Honors Program for volunteering legal services for over two hundred hours while in school. Before coming to Granite Spire, Conner worked in consumer protection positions at both the Oregon Department of Justice and the Washington Attorney General’s Office. Conner is an active member of the Oregon State bar.
Jeremy graduated from Oak Brook College of Law in 2019. He previously worked at PNW Strategic Legal Services, a firm representing plaintiffs in personal injury and workers' compensation cases. He has won several championships in debate competitions, and has earned perfect marks for his advocacy in mock trial and moot court. Jeremy has a deep passion for justice and fairness, and is eager to provide professional representation for people in need of counsel. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, music, and spending time with friends.
Jonathan A. White
Jonathan White received his Juris Doctor from Seattle University School of Law in 2012, after a ten-year career in corporate retail management. While in law school, Mr. White helped to co-found the American Indian Law Journal, and was published in the journal’s inaugural edition. After law school, Mr. White co-founded a firm designed to provide legal services to individuals who could not typically afford lawyers, at reasonable fees determined by the client’s income. In 2016, Mr. White joined a firm in which he built a practice focused on resolving disputes between landlords and tenants. Over several years in this practice, Mr. White successfully negotiated hundreds of resolutions which kept tenants in their homes, while making landlords whole. In addition to Landlord/Tenant law, Mr. White has also practiced in the areas of Employment, Immigration, Real Estate, and Contract law. Mr. White volunteers an extensive amount of his time as an attorney, and currently acts as the Clinic Coordinator for the West Seattle Neighborhood Legal Clinic, administered by the King County Bar Association. In his spare time, Mr. White enjoys backpacking, biking, cooking, writing, spending time with his family, and playing the banjo.
LaShay Jones graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 2016. While in law school she worked with organizations the such as the Office of Public Guardianship and Columbia Legal Services, with their senior unit. She also volunteered for the Moderate Means Program, the program is a partnership between the Washington State Bar Association, and Washington state Law schools. The program connects those earning a moderate income in Washington with attorneys who offer reduced-fee assistance in family, housing, and consumer law cases . After graduating law school LaShay started volunteering for the King County legal Clinic, offering free legal advice to those that cannot afford an attorney. LaShay enjoys attending concerts, practicing yoga, and whale watching during the summer.
Rocky graduated from the University of Washington in 2018 with a BA in English. Driven by a desire to return the most good into the world that he can, Rocky sees advocacy through legal means as an avenue down which that can be accomplished. Believing that true change for the better begins at the individual level, Rocky finds great satisfaction in assisting the attorneys and client managers in successfully and efficiently performing their day-to-day tasks. He hopes to one day pursue a career in public service.
Tamar graduated from the University of Washington in 2019 with a Bachelor's of Arts in French and a minor in Law, Societies & Justice. Tamar has always been passionate about law and public policy; in particular, she is passionate about prison reform and protecting people's rights. At Granite Spire, she enjoys working with the attorneys and with their clients to ensure good communication and efficiency. She plans on pursuing law school in the near future.
Kate graduated from the university of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa with her Bachelor's of Arts in English and a Minor in Business Administration. During her senior year, she was nominated and selected to become a tutor at the University of Hawaiʻi Writing center. There, her passion to help people began. She then left Hawaiʻi in 2019 to start a new adventure in Seattle. Kate joined Granite Spire as a Case Manager to pursue her passion for helping people. During her spare time, Kate enjoys reading and cooking her favorite-local dishes.
Ikhra Mohamed graduated from the University of Washington in 2018 with a BA in Public health, where she was a Washington State Opportunity Scholar. Ikhra is passionate about public service and social justice. While in school, she interned at the City of Seattle: Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs (OIRA) and was involved in various community-based organizations in South King County. After graduation, she interned at Seattle Municipal Court's Probation Department and Community Resource Center (CRC). Ikhra joined Granite Spire Law in 2019 as a Case Manager. She plans on attending Law school at the University of Washington in the future. During her spare time, Ikhra enjoys doing yoga, attending Islamic classes, and spending time with family.
Fatima Fatty graduated from the University of Washington in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Law, Societies, and Justice, as well as a minor in labor studies. In the summer and fall of 2019, she interned with the ACLU of Washington where she helped individuals seek justice for civil rights violations by connecting them with legal resources both locally and nationally. She has always been a strong believer in protecting the rights of the most vulnerable and marginalized groups in society and for this reason is excited to be working as a case manager with Granite Spire Law. In her free time, she enjoys trying new food places with friends and watching true crime documentaries (Dateline!)
Natalie C. graduated from Western Washington University in 2019 with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Human Services and with a minor in Education & Social Justice. While in college, she interned at the Whatcom County Public Defender’s office and was a senator for the Woodring College of Education. She is passionate about empowering marginalized communities and hopes to pursue a career in that field. In her free time, Natalie enjoys reading, spending time with friends and family, as well as advocating for social justice.
Molly Spector grew up on a farm in western Massachusetts. She earned her LLB in Queensland, Australia in 2015. Molly has spent time living in remote communities in The Bahamas, Fiji, and Honduras, studying the impacts of tourism on the environment and local cultures. She is pursuing her LLM in Sustainable International Development at UW to better understand how the legal and regulatory framework in the travel industry can promote sustainable development. Molly is passionate about the outdoors. She is a divemaster, worked as a tour guide in Yosemite, and loves to hike and climb Washington's mountains.
Jessie graduated from the University of Washington in 2017 with a Bachelor of Art's in Philosophy and specialized in climate ethics. Throughout university, she enjoyed working as a legal assistant at the Housing Justice Project, helping represent low income tenants who were facing eviction. She is interested in pursuing a legal career that focuses on addressing human rights and how the current global climate crisis will impact societies. In her free time, Jessie enjoys learning languages, watching movies, reading, and spending time with friends.