Kristine Grelish is in private practice with GRELISH LAW PLLC, based in Seattle WA and with a satellite location in Yakima WA. The majority of her practice is devoted to litigating insurance disputes and personal injury matters.
Kristine co-taught the Insurance Law: Bad Faith and Fair Conduct (INSU-325) course at Seattle University with Professor Randy Gordon in the fall of 2013. She is a frequent speaker on the subject of insurance law and has served as a guest lecturer at the Law School in Remedies and Products Liability courses. She participated in the first litigation under Washington's Insurance Fair Conduct Act (IFCA). She has travelled to Kenya and Botswana to teach trial skills with a non-profit group dedicated to promoting confidence in and respect for legal institutions in African countries through providing professional advocacy training for African lawyers. A 2005 graduate of Seattle University School of Law, summa cum laude, she is a member of the WSBA, American Association for Justice, and the Washington State association for Justice.
J.D., Seattle University, School of Law, 2005
summa cum laude