November 17, 2015

Jordan Ramis PC Continues to Grow


Jordan Ramis PC, Attorneys at Law, is pleased to announce the addition of three new members. “We are a firm in transition, all to the good, and we aren’t done yet,” said Managing Shareholder Chris Reive. “I welcome Kristin, Karine, and Michelle, and look forward to what they will add to our existing cadre of folks here at Jordan Ramis.”


Jordan Ramis PC’s new hires include Associate Attorney Kristin French along with Paralegals Karine Gialella and Michelle Wilson.


Land Use Attorney and Litigator Kristin French focuses her practice on land use and litigation, including mediation and arbitration. She has targeted skills in zoning, purchase and sale agreements, and environmental regulations. French currently serves as Chairperson for the Mason County Law Library Board of Trustees as well as Vice President for the Mason County Bar Association. She attended the University of Washington where she earned her B.A. in Community and Environmental Planning and her J.D. from the University of Washington School of Law.


Paralegal Karine Gialella uses her legal background to support Jordan Ramis attorneys in creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, and estate planning. She graduated magna cum laude receiving her B.A. from Wagner College in New York and received her J.D. at the University of Miami. Gialella is adept at resolving client concerns, possesses strong legal research and writing skills, and is experienced in litigation and dispute resolution.


Michelle Wilson, a certified paralegal, assists the employment, labor, and ERISA attorneys at Jordan Ramis. She comes to the firm with almost a decade of experience in employment and commercial-related litigation. Wilson earned her B.S. from Louisiana State University and her Certification of Paralegal from Tulane University. 

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