Sayde Lowe

Sayde Lowe received a Bachelor of Science in Social Work from the University of North Dakota. She then received her Juris Doctor from Gonzaga University School of Law. During law school, Sayde focused on using her education to advocate for those who are in need while displaying cultural competence for all in the community. She assisted in policy reform through the Washington Jail Project focusing on prisoner advocacy, policy review for students facing school discipline issues in Spokane Public Schools, and was a law clerk for the Washington State Attorney General’s Office. Sayde has litigated several trials on behalf of parents; fighting to keep families together. She is a member of the Spokane County Bar Association and admitted to the Washington State Bar Association.

Admitted to Practice:
Washington State Courts

Education:
B.S. University of North Dakota
J.D. Gonzaga University School of Law