Riley N. Moos

Riley’s strong desire for justice and fairness led her to the practice of law, where she strives to ensure her clients receive compassionate and meaningful representation. Prior to joining Bliss Law Group, Riley represented youth and young adults at a Pierce County non-profit civil law firm.

Growing up in a military family, she moved around to various locations, including North Carolina and Germany, until her family landed in Washington. She earned her B.B.A. from Pacific Lutheran University before attending Seattle University School of Law, graduating cum laude in 2019. During her time in law school, she earned the Outstanding Recognition Award for her extensive pro bono work with civil rights, immigration, and juvenile law organizations. She also earned a CALI Excellence for the Future Award and was selected as the QLAW Foundation Sher Kung Fellow.

As a mother to two young children, Riley is passionate about protecting the rights of children and families. Using creative strategies and transparent communication, Riley aims to provide holistic resources, information, and zealous advocacy that allow families to make well-informed choices for their future.

During her spare time, Riley enjoys traveling with her family, volunteering with local youth and LGBTQ+ organizations, running a small jewelry-making business, and baking.