Keightley is a litigation attorney with a background that includes municipal law, environmental law, criminal policy, and paroles. He earned his law degree from Lewis and Clark Law School in 2019. While earning his degree, he was awarded the Deans Scholarship Award and received honors in legal research and writing. Since starting at Glascock Street Waxler Keightley has primarily focused on property damage and personal injury cases but has also worked on probate, contracts, construction defect, landlord tenant, and appellate cases. His work involves all aspects of litigation including motion practice, presenting arguments to the court, negotiating settlements, depositions, mediations, and arbitrations.
Having grown up in a poor community in Northwest Florida, Keightley has a strong interest in access to justice, criminal justice, and juvenile justice. He has published an article in the Lewis and Clark Law Review comparing juvenile justice systems in the United States and advocating for a rehabilitative approach to juvenile justice. Keightley is also an active member within the community who helps organize study groups, webinars, public forums, and other community events to help educate the community regarding a variety of social, legal, and economic issues including housing and civil rights.
When Keightley isn’t working, you will find him taking advantage of all of the outdoor activities that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. He enjoys surfing, sailing, kayaking, scuba diving, hiking, and camping with his wife, Ana, and dog, Charlie.
- Insurance and General Casualty Defense
- First Party Insurance Defense and Coverage