Washington Supreme Court
23 years as a highly rated trial attorney, 12 years as a judge.
Other Professional Experience
Judge Larson is a leader in the judiciary, serving on the
Legislative, Therapeutic Courts, Public Trust & Confidence Committees;
the Civic Learning Council, and Council on Independent Courts. Recipient
of the Judge William Nevins Award for civics education and DMCJA
President’s Award for protecting judicial independence.
B.A., Public Administration, UPS; J.D., SU Law School.
2018 “Hero” of Federal Way Schools award. He attends St. Vincent
DePaul Parish. A member of Kiwanis, where he founded the Aktion Club,
for people with developmental disabilities.
Judge Dave Larson is our best choice for state Supreme Court Justice
because he will protect our civic rights and uphold the law and
constitution as written. Judge Larson has a record of fairness and
impartiality, which is why he’s enjoyed strong support from Democrats,
Republicans, and Independents over his career. During this time of
growing division, we need a Justice like Dave Larson.
Judge Larson has been a champion for improving our courts. As the
Presiding Judge of Federal Way, he’s supported reforms to reduce
domestic violence, combat drug addiction, and better serve the mentally
ill. Judge Larson knows these same approaches can be used to reduce the
impacts of the homelessness crisis, humanely making our communities
If you know Judge Larson, you know how much he cares about the people
who appear in his courtroom. He’s fair, compassionate, and respectful.
Dave’s also a great legal mind, he knows the law and the State
Constitution. As a faculty member of the state’s Judicial College, he
taught other judges about judicial independence.
Judge Larson has the character and legal experience we need in our next
Justice. Judge Dave Larson. For Justice. For All.
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