Raymond L. Delos Reyes

Adjunct Professor


Seattle University School of Law
901 12th Avenue, Sullivan Hall
P.O. Box 222000
Seattle, WA 98122-1090
E-mail: delosrey@seattleu.edu


JD, Seattle University School of Law, December 2010
BASc, Sociology – Law, Society, and Social Policy, June 2004


Raymond L. Delos Reyes is a Litigation Associate with Ogden Murphy Wallace, PLLC, where his practice focuses on assisting clients with all facets of pending and active litigation involving contracts, employment law, and torts. 

Most recently, Raymond was an attorney with the Associated Counsel for the Accused Division of King County Department of Public Defense. As a public defender in the Family Defense Unit, Raymond represented parents and youth who were subject to dependency petitions. Prior to his work in the Family Defense Unit, Raymond tried both misdemeanor and Involuntary Treatment Act cases, all in King County. Prior to becoming a public defender, Raymond worked as a Deputy Prosecuting Assistant Attorney for the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, assigned to their District Court Unit. Raymond also worked as a bailiff for Judge Joan DuBuque (Ret.) in King County Superior Court.

Born and raised in Seattle, Raymond received his undergraduate degree from the University of Washington, graduating with a BA in Sociology. Raymond later received his JD from Seattle University, enrolled in their part-time program while working full-time at The Boeing Company as an Affirmative Action Specialist. During law school Raymond worked as an extern for then-Superior Court Judge Mary Yu, and later as a Rule 9 extern with The Defender Association. In addition to his work, Raymond is a 2016 Fellow of the Washington Leadership Institute and is a board member of the Filipino Lawyers of Washington.