Evangeline Stratton

1700 7th Ave Suite: 2100
c/o Family Violence Appellate Project
Seattle, WA 98101
United States
Telephone: 3606801030
Temporary address during session:
United States
Evangeline Stratton
Lobbying since: 2021
Evangeline Stratton is the Senior Managing Attorney for the new Washington State FVAP office. A 2010 graduate of William Mitchell College of Law (now Mitchell | Hamline) in St. Paul, Minnesota, Evangeline has dedicated her 11 years of practice to domestic violence survivors. While in law school, Evangeline also earned her Master’s in Gender and Women’s Studies at Minnesota State University, through a unique dual degree program, and clerked for the Battered Women’s Justice Project, Battered Women’s Legal Advocacy Project, the Advocates for Human Rights, and the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office Domestic Abuse Service Center. Prior to law school, Evangeline worked as a community-based domestic violence and sexual assault victim advocate in Southern Oregon for 5 years. She completed her final year of law school as a visiting student at Seattle University School of Law, clerking for Legal Voice and serving as one of the first Student Fellows for the Korematsu Center for Law & Equality. Evangeline then started her own law firm. In addition to managing the growth and development of a law office, Evangeline’s family law practice focused heavily on representing survivors of domestic violence “low-bono” in family law and protection order matters. Over the next 10 years, Evangeline continued her deep commitment to serving lower-income survivors of domestic violence while also building an impressive reputation among legal services providers, the courts, and the community in Washington as a passionate and fierce legal advocate for survivors. She was selected to the 2019 and 2020 Washington Super Lawyers “Rising Stars.” In addition, Evangeline has been extensively involved in Washington community initiatives and organizations dedicated to ending domestic violence. She is a member of the Coalition Ending Gender Based Violence’s Family Law Workgroup, the Technology Enabled Coercive Control workgroup, and Legal Voice’s Violence Against Women Workgroup. She is a co-author of the abusive litigation chapter of 2015’s “Domestic Violence Manual for Judges,” as well as the 2020 publication “Domestic Violence Protection Order Case Law in Washington State.” Evangeline is on the board of the Sexual Violence Law Center and was on the board of Eastside Legal Assistance Program for 6 years. She has been a presenter at Washington conferences, symposia, and CLEs, and has volunteered pro bono legal services extensively, including for Kids in Need of Defense (KIND), Northwest Immigrant Rights Project’s Immigrant Families Advocacy Project, and the King County Bar Association’s DV LEAD program and Neighborhood Legal Clinics. October 2023 FVAP is excited to announce that Evangeline Stratton, Senior Managing Attorney in Washington has been appointed to serve on the Crime Services Workgroup as established by the Washington State Legislature through SB 5187. This work is, similarly led by the Washington State Supreme Court Gender and Justice Commission, to convene stakeholders to discuss and recommend to the Legislature evidence-based training needs, standardization and expansion of assistance for crime victims, assessment of funding, and development of a sustainable funding formula.

This lobbyist certified completion of required code of conduct training on 01/23/2024.

Monthly lobbying reports

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Report for month Date filed/amended
May 2024 13/06/24 - 1:21 pm
April 2024 15/05/24 - 8:56 am
March 2024 15/04/24 - 4:03 pm
February 2024 12/03/24 - 3:05 pm
January 2024 14/02/24 - 2:29 pm

Lobbyist employers

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Family Violence Appellate Project View report 2024