June 2019 Bar Bulletin
By Cynthia Jones
and Karen Orehoski
On a chilly May morning in 2019, on the campus of the University of Washington, we walk past the Women’s Center in Cunningham Hall, onto the tree-lined path beneath leafy branches, and past the wisterias’ vibrant purple to enter William H. Gates Hall.
We climb the stairs to the second floor, where one of the legal community’s most esteemed members does her work. She sits in a corner of the law school, a quiet, unassuming woman who surrounds herself with the “things that make me smile,” including a sacred corner in her office dedicated to a man she...