|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Order of the Barristers||Drake Law School||1987|
|Drake Law Review||Drake Law School||1987|
|Mock Trial Team, Member`||Drake Law School||1987|
|Midwest Moot Court Team||Drake Law School||1986|
|Staff Attorney||Public Defender Association||1988 - 1995|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|King County Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Washington State Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Washington Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys||Member||N/A|
|Washington State Association for Justice||Member||N/A|
|National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers||N/A||N/A|
|B.H. v. North Whidbey Park and Recreation District, et al.||Case settled for 1.3 Million Dollars against the Park District; case settled for a confidential sum against USA Swimming|
|J.H. v. North Whidbey Park and Recreation District, et al.||Case settled for 2.1 Million Dollars against the Park District; case settled for a confidential sum against USA Swimming|
|Alex Day v. Joshua Vivet et al.||Case settled for $22,500|
|See all legal cases|
|Washington State Association for Justice Trial News||Nominal Damages Victory: Section 193 Police Misconduct Case Against Seattle Police Department Has Value In Teaching Police a Lesson About Important Limitations in Terry Stops||2013|
|Drake Law Review||Anatomy of a Double Whammy: The Application of Rule 68 Offers and Fee Waivers of Civl Rights Attorneys' Fees under Section 1988||1987|
|Drake University Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1987|
|Indiana University||Sociology||MA - Masters||1982|
|Washington University in St. Louis||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1979|
|Premises Liability Seminar||Liability for Hazardous Conditions Occurring at Retail Stores and Self-Serve Stores||2014|
|Police Liability Seminar||Recent Developments in Police Liability for use of Tasers and Pepper Spray||2014|
|Police Liability Seminar||Recent Developments in Police Liability for use of Tasers and Pepper Spray||2013|
|Police Liability Seminar||Case Selection of Police Misconduct Cases||2013|
|Police Liability in Washington||Case Selection of Police Misconduct Cases||2011|
|Police Misconduct||Case Selection of Police Misconduct Cases and Third Party Liability under 42 U.S.C. Section 1983: How Much Entanglement is Enough||2009|
|Traffic Law Practices: Including Impaired Driving Defense||Traffic Stops: What You Need to Know Concerning Recent Cases on Significant Issues||2007|
Posted by Andy
Jay Krulewitch is an outstanding attorney. He has represented me three times. Mr. Krulewitch has handled two criminal defense cases and one case involving a late family member’s injury from an auto accident. All three legal matters were difficult and complicated. The two criminal defense cases were part of domestic disputes and required a great deal of careful attention. Mr. Krulewitch interacted with the parties involved in a professional and sensitive manner. In one instance, Mr. Krulewitch needed to be in contact with my family law attorney and communicated well whenever coordination was necessary. His interaction with law enforcement and the court demonstrated that he is highly skilled. All cases were handled efficiently, effectively and brought to a completely satisfactory conclusion. He has done the best possible job each time I have hired him. It is evident that Mr. Krulewitch cares genuinely about his client’s welfare.
Posted by Kim
Jay Krulewitch in my opinion is an exceptional Attorney. I was referred to Jay by a friend who was represented by Jay in a major Civil Case in which the outcome was highly successful.
Not only has he handled my case expeditely and professionally, but another family member has been represented by him and been handled in a similar consistent manner as well. Jay is very thorough in his investigation and research techniques, always taking into consideration of the cost effectiveness, I found Jay to work with and practice the highest standards of efficiency and ethics, yielding the highest settlement and positive outcome.
I have reccomended my friends and associates to Jay Krulewitch in highest confidence.
> Knowledgable in Multidiciplines, no rock is left unturned!
Posted by John
This attorney left me with the impression he was either taking on too heavy a case load or he was not terribly good with time management. He always seemed distracted and unorganized. Meetings at his office frequently seemed like he needed a refresher about the case from day one (on the clock of course) My case dragged when it might have gone much faster. Events related to the case also happened and further complicated the matter and necessitated still further legal expense to address them. Had the case been handled efficiently it might have gone to court swiftly before these complications had time to occur. After I ran up a hefty bill (in my estimation largely due to his inefficiencies) he declared he would not even file my case until the bill had been substantially paid to date. In fairness, he may be well intentioned but don't expect too much bang for your buck.
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