Juliet C. Laycoe



  • Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College, Juris Doctor, 1998
  • Pacific Lutheran University, Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies and Sociology, Tacoma, Washington, 1995


  • Member, Family Law Section of the Clark County Bar Association
  • Member, Washington State Bar Association
  • Member, Oregon State Bar Association
  • Founding Member, George and Donald Simpson American Inn of Court
  • Past member, Clark County Superior Court Bench Bar Committee
  • Member, Two Rivers Institute for Dispute Resolution
  • Member, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals


  • Rotary Club of Vancouver, Rotarian of the Year, 2011
  • Clark County Bar Association, Ken Weber Community Service Award, 2003.
  • Vancouver Business Journal, Top 40 under 40 Award, 2002.
  • Rotary Club of Vancouver, Rookie Rotarian of the Year, 2002.
  • Fort Vancouver National Trust, General George C. Marshall Public Leadership Award, 2000.


In addition to being an author and to supporting a thriving law practice in Vancouver, WA, Juliet C. Laycoe supports her community.  She is a volunteer with Vancouver Public Schools. She is a past divisional board member for Umpqua Bank.  Juliet served as president of the Vancouver Rotary Foundation, which funds scholarships for local students and grants to nonprofit groups, from 2009 to 2011.  She is a past ex-officio member of the Fort Vancouver National Trust Board of Trustees.  She previously was a board member of the Children’s Center from 2003 to 2009 and SWIFT, Southwest Washington Independent Forward Thrust, from 1998 through 2005.  She served as president of SWIFT’s board of directors from 2002 to 2004.


  • “Working From Home,” 2020 Clark County Bar Association
  • “How I get it done,” 2019 St. Helens Chapter, Washington Women Lawyers
  • “Navigating Your Way Through A Divorce Case,” 2011 Clark County Bar Association Nuts and Bolts Series
  • “Identifying Ways to Determine the Existence of a Will and Finding Heirs of Notice,” 2009 Washington State Bar Association Probate Bootcamp
  • “Objections to Relocation – Not Always a Lost Cause,” 2008 Washington State Bar Association Family Law Section Midyear Seminar