Born and raised in the Oklahoma City, the heart of America. Academically trained at Oklahoma State University receiving BS in Business Administration. Mr. Armstrong obtained his law degree at Washburn University School of Law in Kansas, the “Land of Oz.” There he studied International Business Law. International influences landed him in London, England for the summer studying Administrative Law and the start of the European Union. Since then Mr. Armstrong has become a pseudo-ambassador-at-large hosting several conferences in Kansas with foreign ambassadors from U.S.S.R, France, Japan, Denmark, Hungary and Sweden.
Mr. Armstrong moved to Seattle in 1994 where he was a Washington State Human Rights Civil Rights Investigator. Then in 1995, he did trials for the Attorney General’s Office representing the Department of Licensing, Health and Employment Security Department winning over in over 1000 cases in superior court, court of appeals and Supreme Court. Mr. Armstrong has extensive experience in business, estate planning, real estate development, employment law and construction. Along with feeding the homeless at his local church, Mr. Armstrong and Mr. Armstrong and spouse, Andreta Armstrong manage a Veteran Services program to assist and house homeless veterans.
Mr. Armstrong has studied international and administrative law in London, England, France, Italy and Japan. In 1996, Mr. Armstrong taught a seminar (in Japanese) on criminal procedure and a legal analysis of the O.J. Simpson trial to Tokyo law students in Japan. Mr. Armstrong’s experience switches from public law practice to private practice every 5 years assisting government in consulting roles and private companies export to foreign lands.
Today, he lives in Tacoma with his spouse, another government attorney. Mr. Armstrong is very active in the community encouraging legal forums, business development workshops, apprenticeships, workforce development and entrepreneurial pursuits