Lobbying since: 2022
Corey is the Managing Director of Legal Services and Operations at Civil Survival. Corey directs Civil Survival’s Reentry Legal Aid Project (RLAP) and Blake Civil Impacts Project, which assist individuals across Washington in overcoming the collateral consequences of their criminal convictions. He also directs Civil Survival’s operations, including finance and accounting, human resources, IT, and organization-wide administrative support. Corey has served as a Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor at Seattle University School of Law, where he instructed and supervised students as they represented clients in reentry law cases.
Prior to joining Civil Survival, Corey was the Legal Services Director at the Public Defender Association (PDA). While at PDA, Corey led efforts to reform King County’s inquest process, which provides a public review of any death involving law enforcement. Corey represented families in inquest hearings and litigation before the Washington Supreme Court. Corey also represented Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) clients with a variety of legal issues, ranging from eviction defense to employment advocacy.
Corey is a graduate from Wesleyan University. He went on to receive his J.D. from Yale Law School.
This lobbyist certified completion of required code of conduct training on 01/23/2023.