Anne M. Bremner is a trial attorney at Anne Bremner PC, special counsel to Frey Buck PS, and one of the nation’s most recognized legal analysts. Over 29 years, her practice has emphasized civil rights, catastrophic loss, and criminal law. She has been lead counsel for many highly-publicized court cases.
Katie J. Comstock is a shareholder at Levy | von Beck | Comstock | PS. Her practice focuses primarily on construction defect litigation, real estate disputes, commercial collection, and homeowner and condominium association disputes. She is also a fellow of the Construction Lawyers Society of America.
William Covington is a Teaching Professor and Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at the UW School of Law. The Diversity Committee works to create a welcoming school climate that is supportive of all students, faculty and staff. He also directs the Technology, Law and Public Policy Clinic.
Nicole L. DeNamur is a WELL AP, Fitwel Ambassador, EcoDistricts AP, attorney and sustainability consultant at Sustainable Strategies PLLC. She leverages more than a decade of past experience practicing construction and insurance law to view sustainability issues through a risk management lens.
Jenny A. Durkan is the 56th Mayor of Seattle and the first woman to lead the City in nearly a century. She entered office on November 28, 2017, with the challenge of making Seattle affordable and inclusive for all. She is focused on the housing affordability crisis and helping those experiencing homelessness.
David J. Elkanich is a shareholder at Buchalter and Chair of the Professional Responsibility Practice Group. His practice focuses on legal ethics, risk management, and discipline defense. He advises lawyers/firms, in-house legal departments, students & other professionals on a variety of ethics issues.
Evan L. Loeffler is the founder and principal attorney at Loeffler Law Group PLLC. He is an author and contributor to several chapters on landlord-tenant law in the Washington Lawyers Practice Manual. He represents property management companies, landlords, and commercial tenants in Seattle.
Todd Maybrown is a Partner with Allen Hansen Maybrown & Offenbecher PS. He has represented individuals in a broad range of litigation & appellate cases since 1990. For 20 years, he has provided the highest quality legal representation to clients facing a full spectrum of criminal charges and civil claims.
John C. “Jack” McCullough is a founding principal of McCullough Hill Leary PS. He has practiced for over 30 years on behalf of land owners and developers in Washington State, emphasizing land use and real estate financing and development. The Seattle Times named him “Power Broker & Deal Maker” in 2015.
Ken Moyle is the President and Chief Legal Officer of K6 Legal PLLC, a provider of fractional in-house legal services to early stage technology companies. A legal and policy veteran in the high tech community, he is internationally recognized in digital transactions, e-signature, and legal technologies.
Clara Park is Of Counsel to Van Ness Feldman LLP. She represents public and private sector clients in a broad range of land use and real property matters. She regularly advises clients in matters arising under the Growth Management Act, the Shoreline Management Act, the State Environmental Policy Act.
Dave Parker is the CEO of DK Parker LLC and author of “Trajectory: Startup – Ideation to Product/Market Fit”. He is a 5-time founder and has been part of >15 transactions, as founder, operator, board member, and advisor. His primary time is spent helping founders scale their companies for growth and exit.
Greg D. Pendleton is a partner in the insurance recovery group at with Gordon Tilden Thomas & Cordell LLP. He negotiates and litigates disputes over coverage for professional errors/omissions and is a leader in the rapidly evolving field of insurance for cyber losses and liabilities, including social engineering.
Pat Schneider is a member at Foster Garvey PC. He has decades of experience in project permitting for both private and public clients, and in land use litigation, including actions for damages that arise from regulatory processes. He was the head of the Land Use Section of the Seattle City Attorney’s Office.
Daniel Shortt is a corporate and regulatory attorney with Green Light Law Group who works extensively with entrepreneurs in the cannabis industry. He advises clients on matters related to both hemp and marijuana, and frequently speaks on legal issues relating to cannabis across the country and abroad.
Jamal Whitehead is a shareholder at Schroeter Goldmark & Bender, where he litigates individual and class action employment law cases on behalf of employees. His practice also focuses on serious personal-injury litigation. He previously worked as an AUSA for the Western District of Washington.
Brendan Winslow-Nason is a partner at Gordon Tilden Thomas & Cordell LLP. For over a decade, he has been litigating complex & high-stakes insurance coverage, construction, consumer protection, personal injury, and business matters. Brendan has a particularly deep understanding of the insurance industry.
Ada K. Wong is the Owner and Managing Partner of AKW Law PC. She focuses on employment litigation, business law, and estate planning. She also serves as an arbitrator in King & Snohomish counties. She is an Adjunct Professor at the Seattle University School of Law, teaching Employment Discrimination.
Lara Zarowsky is the Executive Director of the Washington Innocence Project, leading its policy efforts. She joined the faculty of the University of Washington School of Law to establish the Washington Innocence Project track of the Legislative Advocacy Clinic, which she directed from 2014 to 2019.