ATJI Staff

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Cindy Yeung

Assistant Dean, Access to Justice Institute

Phone: 206-398-4455

Bio: Cindy Yeung has rejoined ATJI after a six month position as a line administrative law judge with the Washington State Office of Administrative Hearings adjudicating unemployment hearings. Originally, Cindy joined ATJI as Associate Director in March 2017 and then became the Director in July 2018 after spending the past 11 years at the Northwest Justice Project (NJP) providing direct legal service to low-income individuals. During her time at NJP, Cindy replicated the University of Michigan's Detroit Center for Family Advocacy in Seattle by partnering NJP with the Center for Children and Youth Justice to reduce the amount of time children spend in foster care. Prior to this, Cindy worked on the Coordinated Legal Education Advice and Referral Line at NJP. Cindy was also a judicial law clerk at Snohomish County Superior Court immediately after law school.

Cindy has a B.A. from the University of Washington and is a 2004 graduate of Seattle University School of Law. In addition to her dedication to public interest work, Cindy has sat on the board for Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets, volunteered for Bellevue Youth Court, and served as a mentor to undergrad students.

Clay Wilson

Clay Wilson

Moderate Means Program Attorney

Phone: 206-398-4356

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

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.