Jessica Levin is a staff attorney at the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law & Equality at Seattle University School of Law. Jessica began her career as a law clerk to the Honorable Marlin J. Appelwick in the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division One. She then worked at Gordon Tilden Thomas & Cordell, LLP, where she practiced in a wide range of civil matters. She returned to Division One to clerk for the Honorable James R. Verellen after traveling around the world. She has volunteered for the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project as a pro bono attorney in the Immigrant Families Advocacy Project. She enjoys spending time with her family floating and fly-fishing the Yakima River, cycling, gardening and traveling. She holds the rank of third degree black belt in Aikido, a Japanese martial art whose philosophy centers on nonviolent conflict resolution.