Rajeev Majumdar was sworn in as president-elect of the Washington State Bar Association (WSBA)’s Board of Governors on May 17, and Jean Kang was elected to serve as the Governor of District 7-South, succeeding James Doane.
Majumdar focuses his practice on civil litigation and business-oriented law at the Law Offices of Roger Ellingson, PS in Blaine.
He received his undergraduate degree in biology and philosophy from the Albertson College of Idaho, master’s degrees in international affairs and public administration from the University of Washington, and his law degree from Seattle University School of Law.
Kang is a litigator at Smith Freed & Eberhard.
Prior to civil work, Jean served as a criminal deputy prosecuting attorney in Cowlitz County and King County. She speaks Korean fluently and volunteers in the Korean American community.
She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Washington and her law degree from the Seattle University School of Law.
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James Doane says
Congratulations, Rajeev Majumdar on your appointment as president-elect of the Washington State Bar Association as one of three statewide eligible candidates. Jean Kang, congratulations on winning election as one of five candidates in Seattle’s WSBA District 7 South which has the most lawyers, and the most diverse demographics, in our 40,000 member state bar association. I have enjoyed serving with you both on the Board of Governors, and am pleased that you will both continue serving our members and the public after I slide off in September, ensuring the integrity of profession, and championing justice–the Bar’s mission. James Doane, 2015-2018 WSBA Governor, District 7 South.