Gwynna Biggers Norman has practiced family law with the Law Office of Ted D. Billbe, PLLC since 2006. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Yale University in 2002 and her law degree from Seattle University School of Law cum laude in 2006.
As a law student, Gwynna was a member of the Seattle Journal for Social Justice, Dispute Resolution Board, and was elected to the Student Bar Association. She received two CALI awards for the highest performance in her class. As an undergraduate at Yale University, Gwynna majored in American Studies and was a four year varsity letter winner in rowing.
Gwynna has a diverse practice in the areas of divorce and family law. Gwynna is a skilled and empathetic lawyer who is sensitive to her clients’ needs and tough in the courtroom. She works tirelessly to help her clients achieve a fair result, and helps them manage the often difficult process of resolving family law disputes.
She has extensive litigation experience in King and Snohomish counties at the ex parte, family law calendar, arbitration and trial level. Gwynna counsels clients on all aspects of the litigation process, including settlement strategies, discovery, and trial planning.
Gwynna’s personal interests include spending time with her husband and two sons, CrossFitting, beach combing, hiking, traveling, camping, discussing a new novel in book club, and trying new recipes.
Yale University, B.A., 2002, American Studies Major
Seattle University School of Law, J.D., Cum Laude, 2006
Seattle Journal for Social Justice, Member
CALI Award Recipient; Contracts Law, Family Law Clinic
Elected Rising Star — Super Lawyers 2016
Washington State Bar Association, Member
WSBA Family Law Section, Member
King County Bar Association, Member
East King County Bar Association, Member
Washington State PTA, Member
“Dissolution Basics,” Neighborhood Legal Clinic CLE, 2012
Washington State Legal Institute — CLE “Fall Family Law Spectacular” — The Basics & Beyond: The Art of Drafting Comprehensive and Enforceable Cohabitation Agreements
King County Neighborhood Legal Clinics, Volunteer Attorney
King County Domestic Violence Revision Squad, Volunteer Attorney
Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure, participant 2010, 2011, 2013