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MUNISH K. BHARTI

CONTACT Munish:

Call (206) 257-6535

Text (206)-316-9567

Munish Bharti is a Seattle native and trial lawyer. Born in Ballard, Munish was taught the value of compassion, integrity, and perseverance, from early educators. He graduated from Ballard High School and the University of Washington, majoring in Law, Societies, & Justice (LSJ) and Political Science. 

After college, Munish attended Seattle University School of Law, where he actively participated in local and national mock trial competitions. For exhibiting excellence and attaining high honor, Munish was selected to join the national trial advocacy honor society, Order of Barristers.

Throughout law school, Munish interned at a nationally recognized law firm that represents individuals injured by corporate carelessness. Before graduating, Munish left to intern at the public defender’s office in Fairbanks, Alaska. After that transformative experience, Munish returned to complete his law degree, beginning his career as a public defender before launching Bharti Hardie.

Besides work, Munish volunteers at local non-profit organizations to help alleviate hunger and homelessness. 

When he is not working or volunteering, Munish enjoys exercising, studying (and nerding out on) trial techniques, and sharing his heart with friends—his chosen family. 

HONORS, AWARDS, & PUBLICATIONS

 Washington State Association for Justice: Trial News, October 2016

  • Order of Barristers,

National Order of Barristers, 2016

  • Pro Bono Pledge Outstanding Service Award,

Seattle University School of Law, 2015

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIPS

  • Washington State Association for Justice, 

Solo & Small Firm Roundtable, Co-Chair, 2017

  • Seattle Plaintiff Attorneys’ Roundtable

  • Washington State Bar Association

  • Washington State Association for Justice, 

EAGLE Member

  • King County Bar Association, 

Young Lawyers Division

  • Emergency Feeding Program of Seattle & King County, 

Volunteer, 2015 – Present

  • United Way of King County, 

Volunteer, 2013 – Present