Eglick & Whited PLLC’s roots are in the practice first established
by Peter Eglick in 1979. Josh Whited joined the team in 2003 after serving
as a Washington Assistant Attorney General representing and advising the
Department of Ecology. Max Burke, who graduated with honors from the University
of Washington School of Law, joined us in 2016. We are a “boutique firm” focused
on land use and environmental law, growth management, homeowners’ associations,
real property, administrative and constitutional law, and related fields. Peter Eglick
and Josh Whited collectively have over a half-century of experience in these areas.
Our clients range from individual property owners through corporations and community
associations to municipalities. We emphasize pragmatic advice and tenacious, effective
representation. Engaging our firm is a confirmation to others that the client’s
interests merit careful consideration.