Distinguished Policy Advocate in Residence
Pamela Crone is delighted to join the Seattle University School of Law faculty as the Distinguished Policy Advocate in Residence. Pamela is a lawyer/lobbyist and has advocated on behalf of clients in Olympia for the last 12 legislative sessions. Her work has focused on women's legal rights, domestic violence, healthcare, and economic and social justice issues. In 2011, Pamela traveled to Vietnam as a member of the Women's Delegation of the Center for Women and Democracy. Pamela taught at the University of Washington Law School Unemployment Insurance Clinic during the 1999-2000 school year and the Child and Youth Legislative Advocacy Clinic in 2008-2010. Prior to lobbying, Pamela was the Attorney Director of the Unemployment Law Project where she mentored many new lawyers and law students. She began her professional life teaching children with developmental disabilities. She is a graduate of Ohio State University and University of Florida School of Law where she graduated with Honors in 1991.