CATLIN GIBSON, Paralegal, was raised in Seattle and brings two decades of experience in complex civil litigation, appeals, criminal law, and employment law.
In addition to her BS in Interdisciplinary Studies from Norfolk State University, with concentrations in Legal Administration, History, and Political Science, Catlin has an MA and Certificate in Elementary Education, a paralegal degree from Edmonds Community College, and a Private Investigators certificate from the University of Washington. She coordinated and presented at a Continuing Legal Education seminar for paralegals, legal assistants, and investigators through the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, for which she received a special recognition at the organization’s annual awards ceremony. She is passionate about social justice issues and spent a year as Secretary for the Washington Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty. In her free time, she is very active in the Northwest sailing community, racing on Puget Sound and Lake Union. She is also on Race Committee teams for the Corinthian Yacht Club, Whidbey Island Race Week, and Round the County.