Stacie L. Naczelnik, Attorney

Stacie is originally from California, but has lived in the Pacific Northwest since moving here for college. She majored in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing, and she brings the analytical and writing skills from that experience to every case she works on. In addition to her law practice, Stacie volunteers as a volunteer attorney at Snohomish County Legal Services and as a mentor to law students at Seattle University School of Law. She is also a founding member and executive committee member of the Low Bono Section of the Washington State Bar Association.

Stacie is committed to helping people face difficult situations, whether it is helping people struggling financially to find more affordable options to access legal assistance or recognizing the specific challenges a domestic violence survivor faces when navigating the law. While in law school at Seattle University, she interned at Seattle University’s Domestic Violence Clinic where she worked with survivors of domestic violence to help them obtain protection orders and U Visas. Stacie worked at Seattle Community Law Center for a summer, where she assisted clients with applying for Social Security benefits and appealing benefit overpayments or terminations. She also volunteered with the Access to Justice Institute’s Immigrant Detainee Justice Project.

Stacie remains dedicated to helping everyone have access to justice, and it is this commitment that is the foundation of her law practice. Stacie lives in Snohomish County with her spouse, young son, puppy, and two cats. 

 

Jessica S. Martin, Attorney

Jessica grew up in the Puget Sound area. She earned her B.A. from the University of Washington and her J.D. from Seattle University School of Law. While in law school she took coursework dedicated to litigation and trial advocacy skills, completed a Criminal Law and Practice focus area, and participated in the Domestic Violence Clinic. She was an active member of the Moot Court Board, Women's Law Caucus, the Seattle Journal for Social Justice, and the Judicial Board of the Student Bar Association. Jessica also competed in Moot Court Board competitions and was the winner of the 2012 Spring Mock Trial competition.

She volunteers with Serving Our Seniors Will Clinic. Jessica is also a board member of the Family Law Section of the Snohomish County Bar Association. In addition to her law practice, Jessica sings with the Mägi Ensemble and The Dickens Carolers.

Jessica is committed to helping her clients find their voice and assisting them navigate through the legal system. Jessica lives in Seattle with her partner and two adorable puppies.