For The Media
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.
Our membership: Nearly 2,400 attorneys and legal professionals in communities large and small around Washington State. As trial lawyers, we fight for justice for citizens every day in court. Our legislative team in Olympia is devoted to continuing the fight to ensure that citizens retain their civil justice rights.
WSAJ has a proud track record of fighting for the rights of people for the past 61 years. Formed in 1953 as the National Association of Claimants Compensation Attorneys - NACCA; it became the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (WSTLA) in 1967 and the Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ) in 2008.
Members of the media are welcome to contact WSAJ for insight on legal issues that include, but are not necessarily limited to:
We are happy to connect you with the members who are most experienced on each of these topics.
Members of the media may want to stay up-to-date on our work in the courtrooms and the legislature. We have a monthly public newsletter, Fighting for Justice, that is a short snippet of WSAJ’s issues. For a more in-depth daily review of our work, visit our blog.
Questions? Contact Anita Yandle: firstname.lastname@example.org or (206)464-1011
WSAJ Press Releases
WSAJ in the News: Highlights
Recent American Association for Justice News
Recent Center for Justice and Democracy News