His office is located at:

    3513 NE 45th Street 

    Suite G

    Seattle, WA 98105


(206) 855.3134

(206) 402.5846

Washington Civil & Disability Advocate 

Washington Civil & Disability Advocate is currently home to two attorneys and one paralegal. It was founded in 2016 by Conrad Reynoldson to ensure individuals with disabilities a low-cost avenue to protect their civil rights. WACDA was established as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit in February 2017.

Conrad Reynoldson, our founder, and the lead attorney was born in Tacoma and is a lifelong Washingtonian. Conrad attended college at Seattle Pacific University and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a double major in History and Political Science in 2009, then went on to graduate from University of Washington School of Law in 2014. Conrad is a Blackstone Legal Fellow and is admitted to practice in Washington State and Federally in the Western and Eastern Districts.

Conrad is also currently Chair of the Employer Awards Subcommittee and a member of the Coordinating Committee of the Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues and Employment. He is committed to providing low or no cost legal services to individuals in need of protection of their civil rights with a particular passion for helping clients be a part of significantly increasing accessibility in the State of Washington.

Jonathan Ko, our associate attorney is also serving as Treasurer of Washington Attorneys with Disabilities Association. In addition to practicing law, he is studying electrical engineering; and holds degrees in neuroscience and biotechnology. He has passed the patent bar and is licensed to practice in Washington, California, and Illinois. 

Danna Patterson, WACDA’s paralegal, was born in Auburn and has lived all over the country, but Washington has always been home. She is a graduate of the Edmonds Community College Paralegal program and graduated with honors. She combines her passions for the English language, organization, and helping those who need it most to aid WACDA in their fight for civil rights and accessibility. 

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