Attorney Mitchell Majors
Mitchell Majors was raised in the small town of Raymond, WA on the southern end of the Olympic Peninsula. There, he gained a deep and lifelong love towards this region of the country, its people and local communities. With his free time, Mitchell can be found hiking, kayaking, hunting, and fishing with his wife, Alicia, and their two children.
Mitchell has extensive life experiences and has held roles in many different sectors of the economy, including caregiving, corrections, sales, delivery driving, private security, and bartending. He received his bachelor’s degree in business management at Columbia Basin College in Pasco, WA in 2015, then completed his legal studies at the University of Missouri School of Law at Columbia in 2020. Mitchell also lived in Ecuador for 2 years, serving a mission for his church, and learning the Spanish language.
In his legal career, Mitchell carries his tenacity and enthusiasm into work on a daily basis. He cares about his clients and their needs, and is eager to help them through the difficult and treacherous landscape of the legal world. Mitchell lives his life by the adage “Destitutus ventis, remos adhibe” (“If the wind will not serve, turn to the oars”), priding himself in the constant willingness to work a tough job, to learn a hard lesson, or to have a difficult conversation.