Brian Roach: A Pasco Native Dedicated to Law and Community
Brian Roach represents the fourth generation of his family to call Pasco home. Attending Pasco High School and Seattle University, he pursued a major in Political Science. Beyond academia, Brian’s life journey includes a stint as a commercial fisherman in Ketchikan, AK, spanning seven productive summers. Following his time in Alaska, Brian’s path led him back to Washington, D.C., where he worked alongside Congressman Doc Hastings. Eventually, he returned to Washington State to embark on his legal career, culminating in earning his law degree from Gonzaga University.
Beyond his legal pursuits, Brian’s commitment to community and service shines. He is an active member of St. Patrick’s Parish in Pasco and has served on the Board of Directors for Catholic Family and Child Services of the Tri-Cities. His dedication extends to education, as he actively volunteers for Tri-Cities Preparatory School, where he has previously coached the school’s Mock Trial team.
Brian’s professional affiliations underscore his commitment to legal excellence. He is a member of the Washington State and Federal Bars, the American Bar Association, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, the Washington State Bar Association, the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association, the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the Benton-Franklin County Bar Association.