Our Firm has invested back into our community by helping make laws that keep people safe, and by donating time and money to charitable organizations.
Here are some of the charitable organizations we contribute to:
Here are some of our financial and volunteer contributions to safety laws in Washington and beyond:
The WSAJ Amicus Program helps create and protect safety laws in every area of Washington law. It is a non-profit organization. The Stritmatter firm has long been one of the primary financial and volunteer supporters of this victims’ rights appellate advocacy program.
Public Justice protects the American public on a wide variety of civil rights issues, including consumer rights, access to the civil justice system, and prisoner rights. It is a national, non-profit public interest law firm. Paul Stritmatter was president in 2002 and Brad Moore recently served as president of Public Justice in 2016. The firm and its members donate annually to Public Justice and its causes.
AAJ is a national non-profit advocacy group that supports victims’ and consumer rights in Congress and the courts. Karen Koehler served two terms on the Board of Directors and Brian Ladenburg currently serves. The firm and its members donate annually to AAJ and its causes and are Leaders’ Forum Members.