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Main Office

Main Office
621 Pacific Ave. Suite 209

Tacoma WA 98402


(253) 212-3375


(253) 322-4951

Adam Boyd

Law Offices of Adam W. Boyd

Adam W. Boyd is an immigration attorney in the Seattle/Tacoma area. He has dedicated his career to helping immigrants and the underprivileged. He understands the challenges and hopes that accompany any immigration story. His passion and dedication for protecting immigrants' rights has allowed him to help many individuals and their families get the best possible start in the United States. He will fight for you and help you navigate your way through the immigration system.

Education and Experience: Mr. Boyd received his J.D. cum laude from Boston College Law School in 2013. During law school he participated in the European Union Moot Court Competition as well as the Immigration Clinic and Immigration Externships. He worked at the Boston Immigration Court and was a teaching fellow for the Federal Appeals Clinic, an appellate advocacy program at Boston College Law School that focuses on federal appeals of immigration cases. Prior to law school he received his B.A. from Pacific Lutheran University. While working towards his undergraduate degree he studied abroad in France.

After law school Mr. Boyd was admitted to practice law in Massachusetts. He spent several years working in Boston focusing on immigration, criminal defense and federal and state appeals. In 2015, Mr. Boyd relocated to the Pacific Northwest where he continues his passionate advocacy for immigrants and their families.

Mr. Boyd speaks proficient French.


Bar Number: 688198
Massachusetts, 2013

Bar Number: 49849
Washington, 2015


Boston College Law School
Juris Doctorate, 2012

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