Bailey Black

Bailey Black was born in Grants Pass, Oregon. After obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree from Southern Oregon University, cum laude, in Human Services and Criminal Justice, she moved to Spokane and graduated with her Juris Doctor Degree, cum laude, from Gonzaga University School of Law. During law school, Bailey worked as a Law Clerk at the Washington State Attorney General’s Office, and a legal intern for the Unemployment Law Project, helping clients in crisis and gaining valuable litigation experience. She was selected as a Thomas Moore Scholar at Gonzaga, and elected for the position of Managing Editor of Gonzaga Law Review.

After Law school, Bailey practiced personal injury law in the Tri-Cities, advocating for victims in cases of wrongful death, medical malpractice, auto and trucking accidents, civil rights, dog bites and attacks, and sexual abuse and assault. With her passion for litigation and social justice, and her commitment to public service in the community, Bailey joined Parents Defense Counsel in 2019. She has a heart for families, and strives to protect the rights of parents in and out of the courtroom.

Admitted to Practice:
Washington State Courts

Education:
B.S. Southern Oregon University, cum lade
J.D. Gonzaga University School of Law