Courtney Whitten joined Winston & Cashatt in 2022. Courtney is licensed in both Washington and Idaho and focuses her practice on all types of real property matters, including land use and zoning, as well as tow and impound law and estate litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Courtney worked in criminal defense and prosecution where she gained a wealth of experience in the courtroom, including jury and bench trials. She also worked at a boutique civil litigation firm focused on construction litigation.
Courtney’s quality of work and dedication to public service have been recognized through awards and scholarships, including the Washington Young Lawyers Committee Public Service and Leadership Award for 2020. She is active in the Spokane County Bar Association and served on the board of the Spokane County Young Lawyers Division for seven years.
A Spokane native, Courtney attended the University of Washington prior to returning home for law school. In addition to graduating Magna Cum Laude from Gonzaga University School of Law, she served as an Associate Editor of the Gonzaga Law Review, Vice President and Interim President of the Student Bar Association, and President of the William O. Douglas Committee. During law school, Courtney also interned at local law firms where she began her work in civil litigation.
In her spare time, Courtney spends time with her family, which includes two long-haired dachshunds, bakes birthday cakes, and works at her family’s cattle ranch in Cheney, Washington.