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Robert W. Critchlow has been practicing law in the State of Washington for 24 years. He is also licensed to practice in Federal Courts including Federal District Court/Eastern District of Washington, Federal District Court/Western District of Washington and the Federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Robert Critchlow was formerly appointed by the Washington State Bar Association to serve three year terms as a member of the WSBA Corrections Committee and the WSBA Civil Rights Committee. Mr. Critchlow graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1987. While at Gonzaga Mr. Critchlow was an Associate Editor of Gonzaga Law Review which is a scholarly journal containing legal articles of current interest to practicing attorneys. Mr. Critchlow wrote an article on the book "The Goldmark Case: An American Libel Trial" by author and attorney ( later a federal judge for the Western Distict of Washington) William L. Dwyer. This article can be found at 21 Gonz. L.R. 859 (1986).
Mr. Critchlow obtained his undergraduate degree in Political Science at the University of California at Berkeley in 1979. While there
Mr. Critchlow was a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity and also a member of the UC Berkeley Martial Arts Club.
Mr. Critchlow holds a Brown Belt in Judo and a Blue Belt in Haipkido.
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