Perkins Coie

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Perkins Coie
Perkins Coie logo.jpg
Headquarters 1201 Third Avenue
Seattle, Washington
No. of offices 19
No. of attorneys 900+
Major practice areas General practice
Revenue Increase US$424 million (2009)[1]
Date founded 1912 (Seattle)
Company type LLP

Perkins Coie is an international law firm headquartered in Seattle, Washington and founded in 1912.


In 2006, Perkins Coie, led by partner Harry Schneider, represented Salim Ahmed Hamdan, the alleged driver and bodyguard of Osama Bin Laden. The case made its way to the U.S. Supreme Court in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, in which the Court ruled that the Bush Administration's use of military commissions to try terrorism suspects was unconstitutional.[2]


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