Aaron Doyer has experience in a variety of labor and employment matters, including general advice and counsel, agency actions, and employment-related litigation and class actions. As a former prosecutor of administrative discrimination claims, he brings a unique insider perspective to disputes brought through the administrative trial process.

Aaron represents clients in assorted industry sectors, including technology, hospitality, and industrial/manufacturing. He has represented companies in employment-related disputes before a variety of jurisdictions, including state and federal courts, the Washington Court of Appeals, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), State of Washington Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals (BIIA), Washington State Apprenticeship & Training Council (WSATC), Washington State Human Rights Commission, Washington State Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH), and the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I).

Before joining Stoel Rives, Aaron was an honorary fellow with the New York State Division of Human Rights in the Bronx, N.Y. While in law school, he was an intern with the Pandemic Employment Relief Clinic in Brooklyn, N.Y.; a law clerk in the Law Office of Christopher Q. Davis; and a summer intern with the Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project.

Aaron grew up in Olympia, Washington, and has lived throughout Western Washington and New York City, where he is also licensed to practice.


Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 2021, cum laude; Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Law and Policy; Edward V. Sparer Fellowship

Western Washington University, B.A., 2012



New York


  • Drafted appellate briefing and successfully presented oral argument before the Washington Court of Appeals resulting in published opinion affirming trial court’s decision to compel arbitration.
  • Defend employers in COVID-19 vaccine-related disputes and litigation.
  • Advise multi-national corporation regarding disability-related matters, including complex disability accommodation issues and fit-for-duty analysis.
  • Represent non-profit corporation before the State of Washington Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals (BIIA) regarding performance and billing requirements.
  • Perform discovery for all manner of employment disputes, from single-plaintiff administrative complaints to complex class action litigations.
  • Analyze and provide advice regarding employee handbooks, procedures, and guidelines for local, national, and international businesses and non-profit corporations.
  • Provide effective strategy for conflicts between state and federal labor and employment laws.


Insights & Presentations

  • “Who Sells? Testing Amazon.com for Product Defect Liability in Pennsylvania and Beyond,” Journal of Law and Policy, Brooklyn Law School, 2020


  • Brooklyn Law School Public Service Award, 2021
  • OATH Pro Bono Service Award, 2019



  • New York City Bar Association Civil Court Committee, former Member
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