Staff

Our staff manages the day-to-day issues that arise for our clients that don’t require attorney advice, input or action.

Paralegals and Legal Assistants cannot give legal advice and they do not have the legal education an attorney has, but they are competent, trained staff who handle many aspects of a client’s matter ­ – from drafting documents to tracking deadlines to providing status updates to clients – and thus help keep client legal fees down.

Jensen Milner | Cap City Law Staff manages the day-to-day issues that arise
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Staff Bios

Paralegal
Mily is a native of Lacey but her family is originally from Peru so she’s bilingual. She joined the firm part time in 2017 while a student at St. Martin’s University and has been full time since completing her B.A. in Criminology and Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology in 2018. Mily also holds a degree in Paralegal Studies from Ashworth College. She is our litigation, probate, and family law paralegal and also handles some Real Estate. For fun, Mily is social and loves dancing. She also enjoys playing soccer, football, and volleyball with friends. She also enjoys spending time with her family and helps with her parents’ family businesses, J&P Cleaning Services and Natural Cleaning.
Beth

Beth Cornett

Finance Manager
Beth spent many years on Whidbey Island before relocating to Olympia to attend The Evergreen State College. She completed a Bachelor’s Degree with an emphasis in Business Administration in 2015. Beth has been with the firm since 2013, initially as a Financial Assistant and currently as our Financial Manager. Beth handles all aspects of administration and bookkeeping, including billing and managing our client trust account. Beth loves horses, camping, and gardening.

Sandy Lamb

Administrative Assistant
Sandy holds a B.A. from Seattle University. After a long and very successful career in education in Seattle, Sandy relocated to Olympia and joined the firm in 2016 as our front-desk Administrative Assistant. Sandy retired from her front- desk duties in December 2019 and now works on special projects. She loves being a grandma, mom, and friend and spends as much time as possible with these special people in her life.