Board Leadership and Staff

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The Access to Justice Board is charged by the Washington Supreme Court to establish, coordinate and oversee a statewide, integrated, non-duplicative, civil legal delivery system that is responsive to the needs of poor, vulnerable and moderate means individuals. The Board works in collaboration with the Alliance for Equal Justice to achieve equal access for those facing economic and other significant barriers.

Access to Justice Board Members

Francis Adewale
Francis Adewale

Spokane Office of the Public Defender
fadewale@spokanecity.org

Francis Adewale was admitted to the Washington State Bar in June 2000. He is an
H. George Frederickson Honors Graduate from Eastern Washington University. Francis was born in southwest Nigeria and was sworn in as an American citizen at a special ceremony in 2005 chaired by his mentor, the late Justice Charles Z. Smith, the first African American justice of the Washington State Supreme Court. Francis has served as the Assistant Public Defender for the City of Spokane, Office of the Public Defender since May 2001. In addition to his work as a city public defender, Francis also serves on several community based boards and activities in Spokane and statewide. He is the vice president of JustLead Washington. Francis is a 2009 fellow of the Washington State Bar Association Leadership Institute (WLI) and 2015 fellow of the Equal Justice Leadership Academy. Francis is a member of the Spokane County Regional Law & Justice Council’s Racial Equity Disparity Subcommittee where he currently serves as co-chair. He is also a member of the executive committee of the Access to Justice Board and a member of the Washington State Interpreters Commission. He is one of the attorneys that helped establish the Spokane Community Court. Francis is 2013 recipient of the City of Spokane Human Rights Award and the 2014 Spokane County Bar Association Smithmoore P. Myers Professionalism Award. Francis was appointed by Governor Jay Inslee to the Washington Statewide Reentry Council in 2106

 

Judge Laura Bradley
Judge Laura Bradley

Washington Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals
Laura.Bradley@biia.wa.gov

Laura T. Bradley, an Assistant Chief Industrial Appeals Judge at the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals (BIIA), was appointed to the Access to Justice Board in 2015. At the BIIA, she supervises six judges, serves on the extended management team, and is the lead manager for the agency's language access and accommodation programs. Judge Bradley has worked for the BIIA since 2001. Judge Bradley's education includes: an Executive Masters of Public Administration from the University of Washington (2015); a Juris Doctor, Magna Cum Laude from Seattle University Law School (1996); and a Bachelor of Arts in Music (Piano) from the University of Puget Sound (1985).

Frederick P. Corbit
Frederick P. Corbit

U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Washington
fred_corbit@waeb.uscourts.gov

Frederick P. Corbit is the Chief Bankruptcy Judge for Eastern Washington. Previously, Fred practiced law in Seattle at the Northwest Justice Project (NJP). At NJP, Fred handled consumer protection cases, including Klem v. Wash. Mut., 176 Wn.2d 771, and was a member of Washington’s Collection Agency Review Board and the Governor’s Task Force on Homeowner Security. Prior to 2007, in private practice, Fred handled scores of pro bono matters, continuously volunteered at debt clinics, produced numerous publications for those who cannot afford an attorney, and successfully advocated for needed changes, including new laws that expanded debtors’ exemptions. Fred frequently lectures on legal matters, has published numerous articles in legal journals, has taught bankruptcy law at Seattle University, and served as a member or chair of several WSBA sections and committees. Fred received his undergraduate degree from the University of Washington and his law degree from UCLA.

Lynn Greiner
Lynn Greiner

Greiner Law Office
lgreiner@seanet.com

For over twenty years, Lynn Greiner operated her own law office with a focus on disability law including claimant’s workers’ compensation cases and Social Security claims. Before that, she worked as a legal aid lawyer. She has extensive experience working with poor and marginalized individuals. In addition to maintaining her law practice, Lynn worked part-time for the WSBA Access to Justice Board from 2006 to 2010 assisting with special projects. She joined the Board in 2012, and is presently co-chair of the Communications Committee. A native of Washington State, Lynn hails from the Yakima Valley.

Hon. David Keenan
Hon. David Keenan

King County Superior Court
David.Keenan@kingcounty.gov 

Judge Keenan previously worked in civil practice on numerous pro bono matters, representing detained immigrants, prisoners, and other marginalized communities. Judge Keenan served as Board President at Northwest Justice Project, President of the Federal Bar Association, and as a member of the Board of TeamChild and the Seattle Community Police Commission. Judge Keenan also spent nearly 15 years in law enforcement, working full-time as a federal agent while attending law school. Judge Keenan was raised by his mother on public assistance, was arrested and charged as a youth, and dropped out of school after repeated suspensions, later earning his GED.

Lindy Laurence
Lindy Laurence

Gates Public Service Law Scholar
lindyl@uw.edu

Lindy Laurence is a Gates Public Service Law Scholar at the University of Washington School of Law. Prior to attending law school, Lindy was the Assistant Director of Legal Programs at Volunteer Legal Service in Pierce County. Lindy served on the board of the Incarcerated Mothers Advocacy Project from 2014-2016 and currently serves as the President of the Board for Northwest Community Legal Advocates, a non-profit law firm.

Michelle Lucas
Michelle Lucas

YWCA - Sexual Violence Legal Services
mlucas@ywcaworks.org

Michelle Lucas joined the Access to Justice Board in 2017. She is a Staff Attorney at Sexual Violence Legal Services of the YWCA where she provides civil legal assistance to survivors of sexual assault. She clerked for Judge Michael Downes of the Snohomish County Superior Court, and prior to that worked in social services with the City of Seattle and Solid Ground, focusing on seniors and people with disabilities. Michelle spent several years as a volunteer domestic violence victim advocate with the Seattle Police Department Victim Support Team, and is a current volunteer with KCBA’s Neighborhood Legal Clinics. Michelle received her Juris Doctorate from Seattle University School of Law and her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Washington.

Salvador Mungia, Chair-Elect
Salvador Mungia, Chair-Elect

Gordon Thomas Honeywell
SMungia@gth-law.com

Salvador A. Mungia graduated from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1984 with honors. Since entering private practice with the law firm of Gordon Thomas Honeywell in 1986, Sal has worked to improve access to the justice system for those who cannot afford to hire an attorney. Immediately after starting private practice Sal became a cooperating attorney with the ACLU-W and began litigating civil rights, prisoner rights, and constitutional law claims. Sal has worked with a number of civil legal aid providers including Legal Voice, Northwest Justice Project, and Columbia Legal Services to represent indigent clients. Sal joined the Legal Aid for Washington Board of Directors in 1994 and served for 8 years and later became its president in 2002. He served as co-chair for the Campaign for Equal Justice from 2011 to 2012. Sal is completing a two-year term as the chair of the Equal Justice Coalition where he worked with the coalition’s lobbyist to educate state and federal legislators and he has been serving on the Board of Directors for the Endowment for Equal Justice since 2016.

Mirya Muñoz-Roach
Mirya Muñoz-Roach

St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle/King County
miryar@svdpseattle.org

Mirya Muñoz-Roach is the Chief Program Director for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle | King County. Mirya holds a Master of Arts from Seattle University and a BA in Business Administration and Human Resource Management from the University of Florida. She was born and raised in Puerto Rico, is bilingual and bicultural, and brings over 25 years of experience, knowledge and skills working on issues of equity, multi-cultural diversity and inclusion. She has a lifetime experience working with communities of Latino/Hispanic origin and most recently working with other communities of color in the area of educational equity throughout the Roadmap project region. Mirya is a member of the 2017-2018 cohort of the JustLead Washington Leadership Academy. She sits on the Access to Justice Board where she is committed to elevating the voice of the non-legal community. She was recently elected as member of the 1st Road Map region’s “Community Leadership Team” comprised of visionary regional leaders working to achieve educational equity and community accountability across South Seattle and S. King County. Mirya is also a member of the Board of Directors for Catholic Schools, Valley Cities Behavioral Health, Sound Alliance/Industrial Areas Foundation of the Northwest, and a past member of the Diversity Commission for the City of Federal Way and the Kent City Diversity Initiative Group. Currently, Mirya serves as the Chair for the Multicultural/Diversity Commission for the SVdP District Council and a member of the National SVdP Hispanic/Latino Task Force.

Geoff Revelle, Chair
Geoff Revelle, Chair

Fisher Broyles LLP
geoff.revelle@FisherBroyles.com

Geoffrey Revelle is the Chair of the Access to Justice Board and is an attorney with Fisher Broyles. Geoff’s practice focuses on assisting companies and executives on a broad range of issues, including mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt financing, general corporate work, licensing and distribution arrangements, senior executive employment arrangements, and business disputes. He has been on the Access to Justice Board since 2012 and served on the Board of Trustees for the King County Bar Foundation from 1993-2012.

Andrew Sachs
Andrew Sachs

Getty Images
andrew.sachs@gettyimages.com

Andy Sachs is the Director of Corporate Counsel at Getty Images. Previously Andy was an experienced litigator and trial lawyer at Ogden Murphy Wallace. Andy is an outstanding member of the community, who is just as committed to delivering results for his clients as he is committed to seeking access to justice for underserved populations. He has served on the Access to Justice Board since 2011, and is the incoming chair of the Equal Justice Coalition. He was previously chair of the board of directors of Washington State CASA, a nonprofit that recruits and trains volunteer advocates on behalf of abused and neglected children. Andy has served as president of QLaw, the GLBT Bar Association for the state of Washington, and on the board of directors for Equal Rights Washington. He was named one of the Best LGBT Lawyers Under 40 by the National LGBT Bar Association in 2013, in recognition of his distinguished legal work and his profound commitment to LGBT equality. He was selected by the American Bar Association for participation in its TIPS Leadership Academy for 2014-15 – the only attorney selected from Washington State. In 2016, he was named to the Washington Rising Stars list by Super Lawyers magazine.

    Access to Justice Board Staff

    Diana Singleton
    Diana Singleton

    Access to Justice Manager
    206-727-8205
    dianas@wsba.org

    Diana Singleton is the Access to Justice Manager at the Washington State Bar Association, where she provides support and leadership for the Washington State Access to Justice Board and the Council on Public Defense. She previously served as the Director of Seattle University School of Law’s Access to Justice Institute (ATJI), which serves as a bridge between the law school and larger equal justice community. Through ATJI’s work, Diana and her team develop social justice opportunities for law students and graduates. Prior to joining ATJI, Diana was an attorney with the Northwest Justice Project for almost ten years, practicing in the areas of consumer, family, low-wage worker, and public benefits law. Diana also serves on the Board of Wayfind which offers transactional pro bono assistance to nonprofit organizations and low-income microentrepreneurs. She is a volunteer attorney with Open Door Legal Services where she provides free legal advice to people who are homeless. She is a proud alumna of Seattle University School of Law, Westmont College, and the Washington Equal Justice Community Leadership Academy.

    Bonnie Middleton Sterken
    Bonnie Middleton Sterken

    Justice Programs Coordinator
    206-727-8293
    bonnies@wsba.org

    Bonnie is the Justice Programs Coordinator at the Washington State Bar Association (WSBA), providing staff support to the Access to Justice Board and WSBA’s Council on Public Defense. Bonnie brings with her over a decade of experience in project management, communications, nonprofit fundraising and administration in the nonprofit sector. Bonnie has a Masters in Public Administration from Seattle University and a B.A. from Willamette University.