Tevon Edwards advises and defends public school districts in all areas of school law with significant experience in the areas of collective bargaining and student records.
Tevon is a 2012 graduate of Reed College and a 2018 honors graduate of the University of Washington School of Law. During law school, Tevon served as the Notes and Comments Editor of the Washington Law Review and won membership in Order of the Coif, a legal academic honors society. Tevon also interned with the Education Division of the Washington State Attorney General’s Office and Judge James L. Robart of the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington. Prior to law school, Tevon worked as a Mathematics Teacher for Birmingham City Schools in Alabama. Tevon joined Porter Foster Rorick in the fall of 2018.