EVERETT, WA 98201
Focus of Practice
Professional Liability, Malpractice and Negligence; Premise Liability; Employment Litigation; Product Liability; Real Estate.
Ms. Corsi has engaged in the practice of law since 1994 and is currently with the Civil Division of the Snohomish County Prosecutor's Office. She was previously a shareholder in the law firm of Lee Smart, P.S., Inc. in Seattle for 22 years as a civil litigator. Ms. Corsi has served as an arbitrator for Mandatory Arbitration in King and Snohomish Counties and has been appointed as an arbitrator in uninsured/underinsured motorist cases. Ms. Corsi served as a judicial law clerk in the Snohomish County Superior Court in 1994.
Supreme Court of Washington; U.S. District Court, Western and Eastern Districts of Washington; Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Willamette University College of Law, J.D., 1994. Certificate of Judicial Dispute Resolution, Willamette University College of Law, 1994. University of Washington Professional Mediation Training, 2013. Washington State University, BA, cum laude, 1991.
Washington State Bar Association, 1994. Washington Defense Trial Lawyers. Snohomish County Bar Association. U.S. District Court, Western and Eastern Districts of Washington. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Phi Beta Kappa.
March 24, 25 2016 22nd Annual Northwest Dispute Resolution Conference (Mediation conference, 7.5 CLE credits earned including 1.25 ethics) March 23, 24 2017: 23rd Annual Northwest Dispute Resolution Conference (mediation conference attendee and speaker 7.25 credits earned and 6.25 credits earned as preparation). March 22, 23 2018: 24th Annual Northwest ADR Conference (mediation conference attendee and speaker. 9.75 credits earned with 1.25 ethics; 5 credits earned as speaker preparation). 2013 20th Annual Northwest Dispute Resolution Conference (3/29/13-3/30/13; 1.25 Ethics, 9 General Credits); 2014 21st Annual Northwest Dispute Resolution Conference (3/28/14-03/29/14; 2.5 Ethics, 7.5 General Credits);47th Annual Pacific Coast Labor & Employment Law Conference (5/1/14-5/2/14; 1 Ethics, 13.25 General Credits); ADR Section: Asking the Right Questions, a Guide for Mediators (1/8/15; 1 General Credit); 2015 CLM Annual Conference (3/25/15-3/27/15; 2 Ethics; 8 General Credits); Arbitrator Ethics: Illusion or Privacy (6/1/15; 1 Ethics Credit); A Day with Nina Meierding: Advanced Skills and Strategies for Negotiations and Mediations (6/16/15; 2 Ethics; 4.75 General Credits). Total ADR Credits earned in the past 36 months: 9.75 ETHICS and 43.50 GENERAL CREDITS.
Served as mediator since 2013 via Washington Arbitration & Mediation Service. Served as an arbitrator for Mandatory Arbitration in King and Snohomish Counties and as an arbitrator in uninsured/underinsured motorist. Has represented clients in approximately 100 meditations.
ADR Practice Areas
Civil Rights, Employment, Professional Negligence, Real Property, Torts