Colin Crug

associate | seattle | LICENSED IN Washington

Colin is a 2016 graduate of Gonzaga University School of Law where he was both an associate editor of the Gonzaga Journal of International Law, as well as a captain of the school’s National Moot Court Team. During his time at Gonzaga, Colin gained invaluable experience as both a clerk for the Washington Attorney General’s Office and a rule 9 intern with the Office of the City Prosecuting Attorney in Spokane. Upon his graduation from Gonzaga, cum laude, Colin continued his legal education at Tulane University Law School, receiving an LL.M. in Admiralty.

Joining Davis Rothwell in 2020, Colin brings with him several years of diverse legal experience as an associate attorney. His practice has most notably focused upon insurance litigation and general counsel work. He remains dedicated in his development as a litigator and constantly strives to achieve an effective and efficient solution for his clients.

Colin spends much of his free time exploring the Northwest with his golden retriever Rosie and is an avid fan of both the Seattle Seahawks and Portland Trailblazers.

Education

  • Tulane University Law School – L.L.M. in Admiralty, 2017
  • Gonzaga University School of Law – J.D., cum laude, 2016
  • University of Oregon – B.A., 2011

Bar / Court Admissions

  • Washington State Bar, 2017
  • United States District Court, Western District of Washington, 2017

Organizational Memberships

  • Washington State Bar

Recognition

  • Recipient of the Harry F. Stiles,Jr., Scholarship in Maritime Law, Tulane Law
  • Winner of the 2017 Maynard Cooper & Gale Admiralty Writing Competition, Tulane Law
  • Recipient of the Chester Chastek Scholarship, Gonzaga Law
  • Recipient of a three-year scholarship for scholastic merit, Gonzaga Law
  • Pro Bono Distinction for volunteer efforts in the community, Gonzaga Law
  • Latent Conditions: A Hidden Wrinkle for Maintenance & Cure; U.S.F. Mar. L.J., Vol. 30.1, March 2018
  • Lecturer, WeWork Maritime Business Incubator Seminar, Maritime 101: Personal Injury & Employer Liability, January 11, 2020