ATJI Staff

Abby Goldy

Abby Goldy

Interim Director

Phone: (206) 398-4168
Email: goldyabigail@seattleu.edu

Bio: Abby Goldy joined ATJI as Associate Director in July 2018. She has significant experience with family law and spent the past 13 years as an attorney at the Northwest Justice Project (NJP). In addition to her legal experience, Abby has experience with program management and implementing systems to reduce the justice gap. Most recently, she managed the Coordinated Legal Education Advice and Referral (CLEAR) volunteers and previously managed the screener program at NJP. Abby was also previously involved with the Access to Justice Law School Relations Committee where she coordinated the Goldmark Mini-Conference and Alliance for Equal Justice Summer Intern Orientation. Abby graduated with a B.A. degree in Criminal Justice from Seattle University in 1998 and obtained her J.D. from the University of Washington School of Law in 2001.

Clay Wilson

Clay Wilson

Moderate Means Program Attorney

Phone: (206) 398-4356
Email: wilsoncl@seattleu.edu

Bio: Clay joined the ATJI staff in November 2010 and serves as the Moderate Means Program Attorney and as Adjunct Faculty teaching the Moderate Means Practicum. Prior to joining ATJI, Clay was an attorney with the Northwest Justice Project for thirteen years. During that time he was an advocate on the CLEAR legal hotline, represented low-income individuals in family law matters and eviction cases, managed the Northwest Justice Project's Contract Attorney Program, and was a CLEAR supervisor. Clay also has experience as a health care administrator, policy analyst, and mental health counselor.

Clay has an extensive history of community volunteer experience; he currently volunteers at legal clinics for Kitsap Legal Services, a non-profit volunteer lawyer program, and has served on their board for the last nine years, most recently as Board President. Clay received B.A. and B.S. degrees from Washington State University, and an M.P.A. and J.D. from the University of Washington.

Clay is the point person for the Moderate Means Program.

Liz Guinne

Liz Guinn

Faculty Legal Program Assistant

Phone: (206) 398-4173
Email: guinne@seattleu.edu

Bio: Liz joined the ATJI team in September 2015 and serves as the assistant for ATJI, the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality, the Center for Indian Law and Policy, and Graduate Law Programs. Prior to joining ATJI, Liz was community news editor at the Idaho Falls Post Register newspaper, and previously worked in communications and marketing for Virginia Tech's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Liz received her B.A. from the University of Mary Washington.