Per de Vise Jansen


Stanford Law School
J.D. 2015, Articles Editor, Stanford Law Review

University of Cincinnati
M.C.P. 2011

University of Cincinnati
B.A. 2009 (High Honors), summa cum laude


Law Clerk, U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of California 

Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Stanley A. Bastian, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington 
2015 - 2017

Lane Powell PC
2017 - 2021

Calfo Eakes LLP
2021 - Present 

Per de Vise Jansen

Direct:206-407-2241 Fax: 206-407-2278 Email:

Per represents individuals and businesses in challenging legal circumstances. His experience covers complex commercial litigation, white collar litigation and responses to government investigations, consumer protection actions, and a wide array of employment litigation. Representative clients have included company executives, employees, financial institutions, governments, insurers, Fortune 500 companies, and small businesses.

Per has led matters through all stages of litigation, from pre-filing strategy and counseling, through discovery, to first-chairing trials. He has argued and prevailed on dispositive motions before state and federal courts at the trial and appellate level. Per also advises clients on compliance with ever-changing state and federal employment law.

Before joining Calfo Eakes, Per was a litigation associate at Lane Powell PC in Seattle, Washington where he practiced complex commercial litigation and helped defend one of the largest Washington Attorney General-led consumer protection actions ever filed. Prior to that, he served as a law clerk for the Honorable Stanley A. Bastian in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington.

Per graduated from Stanford Law School with pro bono distinction, where he was an articles editor for the Stanford Law Review. He received a B.A. from the University of Cincinnati summa cum laude, and was awarded the McKibbon Medal, granted annually to the most outstanding male graduate. He also earned a master’s degree in urban planning and policy.

Per enjoys providing pro bono services, and has represented asylum seekers pro bono in immigration court. He also serves the legal community, including participation in CLE panels regarding cutting-edge litigation topics and volunteering for the Washington State Bar Association Editorial Advisory Committee.