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Cassandra L. Stamm

Adjunct Faculty

 Sullivan Hall

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  • JD, University of Washington School of Law, 1999
  • BA, Political Science, University of Washington, cum laude, 1996


Cassandra ("Casey") Stamm has been defending serious criminal cases in local, state, and federal courts at all stages for more than twenty-years. Ms. Stamm has built an incredibly strong background in criminal trial and appellate practice and has been recognized for her acumen in these areas. She has been qualified by the Washington Supreme Court's Capital Counsel Panel to handle death penalty cases and frequently invited to speak at continuing legal education seminars teaching trial advocacy to her colleagues. Ms. Stamm has also published several articles regarding Washington's sex offense laws as well as constitutional law.

Casey Stamm has lived in the Pacific Northwest all of her life and attended both undergraduate and law school at the University of Washington. She began her legal career with stints at both the Federal Public Defender and The [King County] Defender Association. Over the years Ms. Stamm has worked closely with the legal community's most highly regarded, skilled, and experienced defense attorneys. With them and standing alone, Ms. Stamm has honed her skills, handling numerous complex, serious, and high-profile criminal cases in a highly aggressive, ethical, and detail-oriented manner.