Diane Whaley attended Pacific Lutheran University studying Earth Science, Legal... more
Diane Whaley attended Pacific Lutheran University studying Earth Science, Legal Studies and Economics. In 1999, Diane graduated from Seattle University School of Law. After passing the Bar, Diane started her career in criminal defense at the public defense firm - Associated Counsel For The Accused (ACA). For three years, Diane obtained a wide-variety of experience defending clients agains... view profile
As a law student at Seattle University, I spent a year and a half providing public... more
As a law student at Seattle University, I spent a year and a half providing public defense work in the King County court system. I worked in every aspect of District Court - from the jail to the jury. Since passing the bar, I have continued on with my commitment to indigent defense, working as a public defender in Mason County. Additionally, I now try cases privately, and have worked in cou... view profile
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