Miller Nash Partner Kyle Sciuchetti Sworn in as President of the Washington State Bar Association

Kyle Sciuchetti, construction and business litigation partner, has been sworn in as the next president of the Washington State Bar Association (WSBA) and will serve a one-year term. A Pacific Northwest native, Sciuchetti is the 132nd president of the WSBA; the first from Vancouver. As the WSBA president, Sciuchetti will focus on bringing communities together and expanding member engagement to improve legal services and access to justice. Sciuchetti served as the WSBA’s District 3 Governor for three years, during which he served as chair of the Legislative Committee, co-chair of the Nominations Committee, chair of the Alternatives to Mandatory Malpractice Task Force and chair of the Legislative Review Committee.

“I look forward to continuing my work with the Washington legal community to improve upon how the WSBA can better serve its members and the public,” Sciuchetti said. “As we navigate these new and continuing uncertain realities, the WSBA needs to start preparing for the future of the organization so it can remain committed to its mission to preserve the integrity of the legal profession and advocate for legal justice.”

About Kyle Sciuchetti
Sciuchetti is a partner in the firm’s Vancouver, Washington office and has over 20 years of legal experience in construction, business, and litigation; drafting and negotiating construction contracts, litigating construction matters and providing general business advice. Sciuchetti previously served as senior in-house counsel for the Public Power Council, as Assistant City Attorney/Prosecutor for the City of Spokane and as a former session attorney with the Washington State Legislature Office of the Code Reviser. He is licensed in Washington, Oregon and Idaho and remains active within the community, serving on the Board of Directors for the Metropolitan Business Association and the Humane Society for Southwest Washington and as past chair of the Clark County Food Bank. He earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Washington before receiving his law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School.