Cliff Coulter is an attorney at the Cliff Coulter Law Firm PLLC, a modern-day real estate and family law firm, servicing clients with legal issues, big and small, conveniently in Camas, Washington. In addition to running the Cliff Coulter Law Firm PLLC, Cliff is a minority owner of Steelhead Tools, LLC, a medical-grade IASTM instrument fabricator, founded by his brother, Clint. In addition to running and operating businesses, Cliff holds an additional license as a real estate agent, which he uses primarily to purchase, rent, and advise concerning investment real estate. Cliff is a volunteer lawyer at the Clark County Housing Justice Project and a longtime supporter and volunteer of high school and middle school mock trials. Cliff is a highly sought after litigator, frequently making court appearances across Southwest Washington, as well as an educator for estate planning and real estate clinics. After commencing and growing The Cliff Coulter Law Firm PLLC, Cliff started a podcast called #LawBiz where he dives deep into best practices for law firms and local small businesses.
Cliff was raised in Camas, Washington, where he religiously played sports with his younger brother and childhood friends. Cliff is a graduate of Lewis & Clark Law School. During law school, he worked part-time at the Multnomah County District Attorney's Office. As a 3L, Cliff worked as a research assistant for the Portland personal injury law firm Kafoury & McDougal. Cliff passed the Uniform Bar Exam, scoring in the top 7th percentile in the Multistate Bar Exam section (out of 26 participating states). In the same year, Cliff applied and was hired at Knapp, O'Dell & MacPherson PLLC. With an aging attorney population, Cliff has identified “the internet” as the defining tool of his practice. Cliff performed the first electronic will signing in Washington State, on January 1, 2022, and continues to use the internet to connect with new clients.