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About Ross Anderson

Ross Anderson is a semi-retired journalist who lives in Port Townsend, Washington. Over the course of his 30 years at The Seattle Times, Ross covered politics, courts and natural resources and won a number of awards, including a 1990 Pulitzer for coverage of the Valdez Oil Spill. In more recent years, he has written for Super Lawyers and Postalley.org in Seattle, and is a founding member of Rainshadow Journal, a journalism site based in Port Townsend.

Articles Written by Ross Anderson

Heavylifting

Russell Aoki has built a reputation for taming terabytes—and set a record in deadlift

The Big Picture

She prosecuted the Green River Killer. There’s not much that can unnerve Patty Eakes

Standing Her Ground

Karen Koehler lands a $123 million verdict against Ride the Ducks

Bankruptcy, Bach

Diana Carey’s talents range from tracking down fraud to tickling the ivories

Zen and the Art of Criminal Defense

How Richard Hansen wins the cases he ‘has no business winning’

‘We’ve Got to Get Kelly Corr’

Why Nirvana, Alaska Airlines and Hearst wanted him around; Bill Gates and Courtney Love, not so much

The Rock Star

High-profile trials and links to headline-grabbers like Amanda Knox and Mary Kay Letourneau have garnered the spotlight for Anne Bremner, bringing celebrity and sprezzatura

Picking Fights With Big Shots

That’s what Hoquiam attorney Paul Stritmatter does best—and the smart money’s on him

Power Player

How David Burman helped decide a historic governor’s race

Brad Smith 2.0

Microsoft’s GC on myths about the company, the financial crisis and why he wouldn’t amend the Constitution

Q&A: Take This Job and Love It

Never mind the long hours and bottomless inbox; Brad Smith wouldn't trade his gig as Microsoft's top lawyer for anything

The Friendly Foe

Trial lawyer John Chun is not your stereotypical pit bull in the courtroom. But make no mistake: He’s there to win.

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