Korey Twombly is a family law paralegal who joined Morris-Sockle after graduating with an Associate’s degree in Paralegal Studies at South Puget Sound Community College. Despite already having her diploma, Korey considers herself a forever student, always willing to learn. In fact, she credits her rapid growth at Morris-Sockle to a fellow paralegal who diligently mentored her for six months. Not only did this inspire Korey to help other new, incoming paralegals on the team, but it prepared her to singlehandedly tackle a caseload of 60+ clients. Her exceptional skills even earned her a seat on the SPSCC Paralegal Advisory Board to help manage and update the Paralegal Studies program.
When approaching clients’ cases, Korey believes in prioritizing empathy, offering support and encouragement throughout the entire process. She places teamwork above all else and is always at the ready when her assistance is needed. Her experience in the military and as a wildland firefighter has both made her an asset under pressure and instilled a sense a duty that she offers to every client.
In her spare time, Korey enjoys spending time with her loved ones, volunteering, hiking, camping, team sports, cooking, and is a dedicated member of the Human Rights Campaign.