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Member Highlight – Sherry Bosse Lueders

Sherry Bosse Lueders – Of Counsel Attorney with Stacey L. Romberg, Attorney at Law

What do you do?

I’m a lawyer! I provide legal advice to clients regarding business law, estate planning, and probate.

What are a few interesting points about you​?

​I have an awesome rescue dog, Emily, who is not as into coworking as I am, sadly; she prefers her home office. I’m originally from Green Bay, Wisconsin, but I’ve lived in the Pacific Northwest for almost 20 years. I worked as a web developer before I went to law school. I like to ride my bike, jog around Ballad, and cross-country ski.

In addition to my work advising clients in estate planning, probate, and business law matters, I’m a fisheries policy geek and I most recently collaborated on research investigating litigation over catch share fishery management.  I have an undergraduate degree in fiction writing, and I remain a voracious reader. I love to talk about books!

What are a few interesting points about your work​?

Stacey Romberg started her law firm in 1999 as a virtual firm, and it remains a virtual firm. We all work from home offices. My work includes advising new businesses regarding entity formation, working with businesses to create “template” contracts, reviewing and negotiating commercial leases, and advising clients regarding the purchase or sale of a business. I also draft wills and trusts and other estate planning documents, as well as represent clients in both routine and complex probates. My first client as an attorney was a woman farmer pursing a discrimination claim against the U.S. Department of Agriculture. We met in a Works Progress conference room.

Why do you cowork​?

I cowork because I like the community, the flexibility of having an office outside my home when I need one, and a welcoming, professional space to meet with clients.

While my home office is my main office, you’ll find me at a “sit here” desk at Works Progress in between meetings with clients, when school is not in session and my son takes over my office for art projects, or when I just need a change of scenery so that I can focus on a writing project away from distractions (I’m a procrastibaker).

What you love about Works Progress​?

I love that I can join a debate about the best technique to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich to preserve its structural integrity, that I can get a cup of darn good coffee while I work, that there are yoga ball chairs, and that I can feel like I’m part of the community, even if I don’t cowork every day.

I was an early Works Progress member when my son was a toddler, and I was starting a solo law practice. I needed a space where I could go and get work done.

After a brief hiatus from coworking, I was so excited to return to Works Progress when our firm was looking for a space to meet with clients that was in the neighborhood and that fit the personality of a virtual law firm. Bland conference rooms are not our style!