Travis Dailey Appointed to KCBA YLD Board of Trustees
The King County Bar Association (“KCBA”) Young Lawyer Division (“YLD”) Board of Trustees has appointed Travis Dailey to serve the remainder of a recently vacated Board of Trustee position, effective December 17, 2013.
The KCBA YLD serves and furthers the objectives of the young, newly admitted, and aspiring lawyers by representing the diverse interests of the YLD’s members in both the KCBA and the legal community. The KCBA YLD creates opportunities for continuing legal education, mentoring, and networking, as well as addressing the needs of the community through pro bono and volunteer service.
The KCBA YLD has teamed with the Public Law Library of King County to sponsor, operate, and staff The Public Law Library of King County Walk-In Clinic (“WIC”). This legal clinic provides limited legal advice to lay persons and pro se litigants on Wednesdays from 11:30-1:30 in the Public Law Library in the King County Courthouse at Seattle. Travis has regularly volunteered at this clinic for the past several months.
Travis is an Associate in the Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights and Litigation Practice Groups at Riddell Williams. Before joining the Firm, Travis worked as a judicial extern for Judge Thomas S. Zilly in Federal District Court. He also worked in the Torts Division and Complex Litigation Unit at the Washington Attorney General’s Office.
Travis received his B.A, magna cum laude, in Economics and Mathematics from Willamette University, where he joined Phi Beta Kappa. He received his M.S. in Teaching from Pace University School of Education, and his J.D., summa cum laude, from Seattle University School of Law in May 2012.