News The Advocacy of Inclusion: Beyond Cultural Competence, 15th Annual National Juvenile Defender Leadership Summit, Oct. 2011 (Seattle, WA)
Panelist, Northwest Clinicians’ Involvement in the Global Clinical Law Movement, Northwest Clinical Law Conference, Oct. 2011 (Cannon Beach, OR)
News Anderson was selected by the American Law Institute to attend the March 29 meeting in Washington, D.C. on Indian country criminal law and jurisdiction, tribal government authority and jurisdiction, tribal-state relations, and the federal-tribal trust relationship.
Presentations Nuts & Bolts of Washington Water Law, Center for Environmental Law & Policy, Washington Water Law & the Public Trust, Dec. 9, 2011 (Seattle, WA)
News Ambrose was appointed as the Washington Defender Association’s representative to the Washington State Joint Legislative Task Force on Sealing Juvenile Records, August–December 2011.
Presentations Addressing Race Bias and Defender Practice, Second Annual Conference on Public Defense, Seattle University School of Law, March 2012 (Seattle, WA) Legal Pedagogy and Clinical Education Workshop, March 2012 (Yogjakarta, Indonesia) Panelist, Effective Faculty/Student Collaborations and Student Initiatives: Working Together to Enhance Students’ Professional Identity and Personal Integrity, Association of American Law Schools, Annual Meeting, Jan. 6, 2012 (Washington, DC)
News Anderson was appointed as the Washington State Bar Association representative to the Advisory Committee of the State of Washington Office of Public Defense, January 2012.
Publications Washington Appellate Practice Deskbook (3d ed. Helen A. Anderson contributor, Wash. St. B. Ass’n 2005 & Supp. 2011) 2 vols.
Presentations Tips for Successful Appeals, Northwest Justice Project, Dec. 15, 2011 (Seattle, WA)
News Bailey’s innovative communication book, Show the Story: The Power of Visual Advocacy, will be featured in the spring issue of Voir Dire, a national magazine of the American Board of Trial Advocates. Recently visual strategies outlined in the book helped a lawyer in Houston win a unanimous jury verdict of $20 million.