Legal/Judicial Experience: Marc S. Stern has practiced law in Seattle for 38 years. During that time, he has represented individuals and small businesses in the state and federal courts. He has represented creditors and debtors, property owners, entrepreneurs starting new businesses, and failed enterprises seeking to salvage what they could and start anew.
Other Professional Experience: No information submitted
Education: AB cum laude, Washington University, St. Louis. Mo. JD University of Idaho, Moscow, ID
Community Service: Marc has been active in the legal community, serving on committees of the WSBA and the ABA. Marc is the author (or co-author) of over 15 published legal articles and books.
Statement: For decades, Marc has listened to, and helped, you, your friends and your neighbors facing the loss of their children, their homes, and their businesses. When you go to court, you have the right to a judge who understands your problems, understands the issues, and makes a fair decision that brings resolution. In part, Marc was inspired to run for judge in Position No. 31 after observing a serious failure of this process in the opposing candidate’s courtroom. Marc’s primary goal, however, is to put the breadth of his experience to work for the benefit of the residents of King County.
Marc is running for Superior Court Judge because he believes that the primary duty of a judge is to resolve problems quickly, correctly and fairly. When people come to court it usually at a low point in their lives. They are entitled to a judge who will listen carefully, apply the law and make a decision promptly. This process, if followed, ensures that people will move on with their lives.
Marc is a strong supporter of civil rights for everyone.