Kimberly Ambrose

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Senior Law Lecturer

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Representative Publications

Books or Treatises

Lisa Kelly & Kim Ambrose, Representing Youth: Telling Stories, Imagining Change (Carolina Academic Press 2017). 498 pages.

Book Chapters

Kimberly D. Ambrose et al., Cross-Border Teaching and Collaboration, in Building on Best Practices: Transforming Legal Education in a Changing World 148-61 (Deborah Maranville et al. eds., LexisNexis 2015).

Kim Ambrose & Peter Moreno, Substance Abuse: Legal and Public-Policy Perspectives, in The Child: An Encyclopedic Companion 968-70 (Richard A. Shweder ed., University of Chicago Press 2009).

Kimberly Ambrose, Children and Youth in the Courtroom, in Washington State Juvenile Nonoffender Benchbook 25-29 (Washington State Administrative Office of the Courts 2009).

Professional Publications

Kimberly D. Ambrose & George Yeannakis, The Magna Carta for Juveniles: In Re Gault Turns 50, NW Law., July 2017, at 34-39.

Kim Ambrose, Beyond the Conviction: What Defense Attorneys in Washington State Need to Know about Collateral and Other Non-confinement Consequences of Criminal Convictions (Washington Defender Association 2007). 30 pages.

Kim Ambrose, The New WSBA Juvenile Law Section: What Is Juvenile Law?, Wash. St. B. News, Oct. 2006, at 15.

Kimberly Ambrose, Disproportionality of Juvenile Offenders, Equal Just. (Wash. State Minority & Justice Comm'n), June 2006, at 3-4.

Kim Ambrose, Beyond Juvenile Court: Long-Term Impact of a Juvenile Record. What Defense Attorneys Need to Know about Collateral and Other Non-confinement Consequences of Juvenile Adjudications (Washington Defender Association 2005). 51 pages.


Paul Holland & Kimberly Ambrose, Op-Ed, Rethink Juvenile Detention Center, Seattle Times (Dec. 29, 2016, 3:53 PM).

Kim Abrose, Angélica Cházaro & Dean Spade, Op-Ed, Politicians Should Abandon Youth Jail Project as a Year-End Gift to King County's Children, S. Seattle Emerald, Dec. 20, 2016.

Kimberly Ambrose, Editorial, School Safety Issues Bear Scrutiny, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Nov. 6, 2007, at B7.

Kimberly Ambrose, Giving Kids a Voice -- Washington Is in the Minority of States That Do Not Provide Legal Counsel to All Children in Abuse and Neglect Proceedings, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 13, 2007, at J1.

Kimberly Ambrose, Protect Privacy Rights of Abused Children, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, March 30, 2003, at G1.

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