Patricia Sully is currently the Assistant Director of ATJI at Seattle University School of Law. Patricia received her B.A. from Calvin College (2004) and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Seattle University School of Law in 2011. She has been an active advocate for social change before, during, after her law school career, most recently as a member of the Occupy Seattle legal collective.
Prior to law school, Patricia worked as a community organizer for a free neighborhood health clinic and served in the Peace Corps as a community capacity builder in the HIV/AIDS sector. As a law student, she was a Notes and Comments editor of the Seattle University Law Review, where her article, "Taking It Seriously: Reforming Domestic Violence Legislation in Washington State" was published in the Spring 2011 issue. She also spent a semester as a judicial extern at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and was an active member of SYLAW. When she is not at ATJI, she can often be found protesting in the streets.