It’s about building a better future.
Frey Buck recognizes that our service to our clients is not the end of our responsibilities. We encourage our people to actively engage their communities to build a better future for everyone. From auction chairing for charities and schools and PTA, pro bono representation to supporting local non-profits, Frey Buck people put their time and their money where it counts. We’re proud of our communities and help our people leverage their personal contributions with schedule flexibility for civic undertakings and a charitable gift matching program.
Our interest in enhancing our communities extends to our profession as well. Frey Buck encourages its attorneys to actively support the profession through specialty bar participation and committee work. Frey Buck attorneys also teach, providing other attorneys insights in discrete areas of the law through continuing legal education programs. We believe that enhancing the quality of the bar as a whole benefits everyone touched by the legal system.
Highlights of Frey Buck’s community involvement:
The Salvation Army – Ted Buck serves on the King County Advisory Board and chairs the William Booth Society for major donors
REST – Real Escape from Sex Trade – Karen Cobb serves on the board of directors
The Seattle Police Foundation – Ted Buck serves on the board and executive committee
School’s Out Washington – providing programs to kids beyond school hours
Feed Washington – providing food assistance to our less fortunate neighbors
Northwest Center – Providing opportunity to people of all abilities
Beyond the legal profession Frey Buck attorneys also have a long history of training our clients’ employees and other affinity groups and professionals on risk management strategies, best practices and updates on the laws that impact unique groups. We are known for our ability to try and win serious cases, but recognize that our clients are better off limiting their exposure.
We’re all in this together and at Frey Buck we’re committed to helping shoulder the load.