Following graduation from Univ. of San Diego School of Law, Seeley found himself working in the Prosecutor’s offices for Clark County (WA). After ten years prosecuting criminals for various crimes that included several notorious killings, David joined a law firm in Kirkland, WA. Two months after launching this private practice, David received a call from Joann in Kalama asking him if he would consider doing legal work for Marlon Brando. Thus began a very engaging and colorful presentation to our monthly luncheon group.
David’s father was a Fiji in Class of ’56 at Univ. of Idaho. David was Class of ’86 at Washington, and his son Matt is Class of ’17 at Washington.
A few highlights — In 2002 the Hotel Tetaroa was replaced by “The Brando” which currently offers a unique experience for $ 3,000 per night with a 3 night minimum.
Much of David’s charitable focus is with the Tetiaroa Society which pursues Brando’s dream to protect the atoll and its 23 island. The current operations include a research station “Ecostation” that accomodates up to 18 researchers.
You can reach David at his law firm — firstname.lastname@example.org or call to 425.822.9281