Edmonds Law Center - A Virtual Office Exlusively for Lawyers  

About the Waterfront Law Center

The Waterfront Law Center is located in the Waterfront Park Building in downtown Edmonds, next to the ferry terminal and other public transportation services. It provides a unique opportunity for sole-practitioners and small firms to provide client services provided by larger firms, at a fraction of the fixed costs associated with the traditional 24/7 law firm model. It is located 18 miles north of the King County Courthouse in Seattle and 17 miles south of the Snohomish County Courthouse in Everett. Regular ferry service within walking distance makes it possible for lawyers living on the Olympic peninsula to maintain a very cost-effective office in the Seattle metro area.

Thanks to new electronic filing rules, it is no longer necessary to have an office in downtown Seattle. You can also avoid the costs and commitment of a long-term lease, furnishings, equipment, and a payroll. At the Waterfront Law Center, you pay for only what you need, when you need it, without any compromise in the quality, service delivery, or the appearance of your practice. You also have the extra advantage of enjoying the collegiality and support of an association with many other lawyers with similar practices, professional interests and professional experiences.

The Waterfront Law Center provides services to attorneys on a month-to-month basis for as little as $500 per month. The basic service package includes the following features and amenities:

Call to visit the Waterfront Law Center 425.582.8165

  • Beautiful office space created specifically for lawyers
  • Located on the Sound between King and Snohomish County Courts
  • Very near all major transportation hubs (ferry, rail & bus)
  • Fabulous views from every office
  • Every office tastefully furnished
  • Free receptionist services
  • Free parking for you and your clients
  • Free use of multiple conference rooms
  • Free wireless internet access in every office
  • Free mail service
  • Free use of kitchen