Karen Treiger lives in Seattle, Washington. She is married to Shlomo Goldberg and they have four adult children and two children-in-law. Karen retired from her law practice in 2015 to research and write My Soul is Filled With Joy: A Holocaust Book.
She graduated from New York University Law School (order of the Coif) in 1988, where she served as Editor in Chief of the Law Review. She graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University in 1983. Her work experience ranges from a Legislative Assistant to Senator Slade Gorton (1983-1985), business law for a large Seattle law firm, and her most recent law practice of fourteen years with the boutique law firm of Thompson, Howle & Vaughn, where she practiced in the area of elder law.
Treiger’s Law Review Note, published in 1987 was entitled Preventing Patient Dumping: Sharpening the COBRA’s Fangs. New York University Law Review 1987 Dec: 61(6) 1186-223. More recently she had an article related to the book published in Jewish in Seattle Magazine, August-September 2016, entitled, Sweet Revenge. In the spring of 2016, Treiger received a Certificate in Nonfiction Writing from the University of Washington Professional and Continuing Education. She in an accomplished speaker and has presented at many Continuing Legal Education Conferences.