As a fourth generation Washington lawyer, Hunter developed an early interest in the legal profession. He was drawn to the profession’s challenges and complexities, as well as the sound judgment required of good lawyers. Hunter pursued his interest at the University of Washington School of Law. There he researched and authored reports on modern legal issues for Law School Dean Kellye Testy and served as managing editor of the Washington International Law Journal. Hunter also served as a legal extern to United States District Court Judge Robert J. Bryan. Hunter’s practice areas include business and commercial litigation, municipal liability, insurance coverage disputes and employment law. Outside the office, Hunter has a passion for the outdoors and community. He is an avid snow skier, hiker, traveler, and fly-fisherman, having spent three collegiate summers as a fly-fishing guide in rural Alaska. Hunter also serves on the board of directors for both the Burke Museum and the Rotary Boys & Girls Club.