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Search the WSAJ Plaintiff Attorney locator to find an attorney by practice area, city or name.

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Fellowship Program

WSAJ's Trial Advocacy Summer Fellowship Program introduces a diverse group of second year law students to the plaintiffs’ bar with paid positions in law firms over the summer.

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Scholarships

We’re proud to offer five separate scholarships for law school and high school students.

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Our Mission

Our mission is simple. We are dedicated to safeguarding the Seventh Amendment constitutional right to a trial by jury. It is the only constitutionally-guaranteed right that ensures that all citizens retain the right to hold public and private sector entities - more powerful than themselves - accountable under the law, regardless of a citizen’s stature, power or financial resources. This means when executive and legislative watchdogs of the government fail to adequately protect innocent people, citizens have the power and a remedy to hold those negligent entities accountable under the law. The right of trial by jury is a foundation of our democracy. It ensures everyday Americans – a jury of your peers - ultimately have the last word.

Mission Statement

We stand up in the courtroom and the halls of government for real people. We defend your Constitutional rights, including the right to have your day in court. We hold corporate and other powerful interests accountable. We are a community creating and sharing resources for our members to secure justice.

Press Contact

For press related inquires or more information please contact:

Sue Evans
Northwest Media Allies
(253) 592-1590
sue@nwmediaallies.com
 

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Advocacy

For more information about our Government Affairs and Advocacy programs please contact: 

Larry Shannon
Government Affairs Director
(360) 786-9100
​larry@washingtonjustice.org
 

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