Spokane Public Radio Interview with Candidates – July 24, 2018

As Kirk talks, his young daughter sits on the floor, drawing. His clerkship training came not in the military, but in a religious setting.

“I was also, during my years in ministry, trained as a canon law case assistant, so I worked directly with people and completed their legal documents, determining which sort of case they had and needed to file and making sure that each detail of it thereof was perfect before it was sent off so that we’re not wasting months of these peoples’ lives. I got to understand just how deeply documents can affect peoples’ lives,” he said.

He says, for many, the clerk’s office is a place of trauma and he promises to create a warm and welcoming environment for its customers.

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