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Parker, Darryl - Legal Advisor

Darryl Parker is an employment, civil rights, and personal injury attorney with the Civil Rights Justice Center PLLC in Seattle, Washington. He received his B.A. in Political Science from Fordham University and his J.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. He has considerable trial and appellate experience and is a member of the bars of California, Washington, and the United States Supreme Court.

 

Since 1982, Darryl has specialized in employment-related matters and civil rights violations.  Nearly all of his practice is devoted to either employment discrimination or police misconduct and municipal liability.  He has been in private practice since 1984, representing plaintiffs exclusively.

 

He also handles consumer problems, personal injury and contract disputes.

Darryl is a member of the Washington Employment Lawyers Association, the National Police Accountability Project, the American Association for Justice, and the Washington State Association for Justice.


AFFILIATION:
The Civil Rights Justice Center PLLC, Seattle, Washington
EMAIL:
Dparker@CivilRightsJusticeCenter.com
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