Board of Trustees


Paige Spratt

Phone: (360) 905-1433



Paige combines real world construction experience with legal know-how to help contractors find practical solutions to complex problems. Before attending law school, Paige earned a degree in Construction Management and worked as a construction manager for two large commercial contractors and the world’s largest aerospace company. As a result, she is able to understand and navigate the business realities her clients face on a daily basis.

Paige handles arbitrations and lawsuits for issues ranging from lien foreclosures, construction claims and public contracting to employment disputes and complex breach of contract claims. She strives to help her clients fully understand the litigation process and to present creative, practical solutions. Clients also turn to Paige for transactional assistance. She focuses on achieving client goals and mitigating risk in construction contracts, purchase and sale agreements, services contracts, purchase orders and other legal documents. Paige is proactive in ensuring that her clients fully understand the contracting process and can take ownership of contract terms.


Vice President

Christie Emrich

Phone: (360) 906-0211





Christie was born and raised in Battle Creek, Michigan. She graduated with a BA from Michigan State University and remains a loyal Spartan. She received her JD from Willamette University in 2006. In 2005 she began working for Jeffrey D. Barrar, PS/Vancouver Defenders as a Rule 9 intern and found a passion for indigent defense. She is a member of Washington Women Lawyers, a past Treasurer for The George and Donald Simpson Inn of Court, and member of the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Clark County. She resides in Camas with her husband Brian and their two daughters Norah and Rosie.



Le Ann Larson

Phone: (360) 397-2265






Le Ann Larson has worked as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for 18 years.  She has worked in the child support division for over a decade and her practice is devoted to securing financial support for children.  She volunteers her time to serve on boards and committees that advocate for the rights of those living with developmental disabilities.  Autism awareness is a passion for her.  She also serves on special education parent committees and helps the Volunteer Lawyers Program.  Le Ann is the former VLP President and Liaison to the CCBA.  She graduated from Washington State University (Go Cougs!) and Willamette University College of Law.  Le Ann and her husband, Rob, have two sons, ages fourteen and ten.



Jesse Jacobs

Phone: (360) 695-1624




Jesse focuses his career on advocating for injured plaintiffs. He is equally proud to be both an active “Eagle Member” of the Washington State Association of Justice and "Guardian" with the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association. Jesse obtained his Juris Doctor (J.D.) at Seattle University School of Law. He also holds a BA in Business Administration with a focus on International Business from Washington State University.   Jesse was recently awarded the Service to the CCBA Award for his work prior to becoming treasurer.  Also active with the Multnomah Bar Association, Jesse has previously served as Chair for the MBA Young Lawyers Membership Committee.  



Jack Green

Phone: (360) 694-8718





A resident of the Pacific Northwest for over 30 years, Jack Green attended the University of Washington as an undergrad and received his J.D. from Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, OR.  While in law school, Jack clerked at Vancouver’s Blair, Schaefer, Hutchison, and Wolfe law firm where, following his graduation, he was hired as an associate attorney. Jack then became a prosecutor for the City of Vancouver and for the Clark County Domestic Violence Prosecution Center.  In 2006, Jack co-founded the law firm of Green & Ritchie, PLLC where he currently focuses on criminal and personal injury cases.



Dan Gasperino

Phone: (360) 397-2261




Christina Phelan

(360) 750-8750



Immediate Past President

Jill Sasser

Phone: (360) 696-3312




Jill Sasser's practice emphasizes estate planning, trust and estate administration, and guardianships. She blends skilled professional representation with a commitment to compassionate personal service, often representing clients with trying family circumstances. Jill values the relationships she builds with her clients and enjoys using practical tools to solve problems and offer creative solutions. Her positive approach focuses on presenting options that achieve the clients' objectives.

Jill is a graduate of Pepperdine University and the University of Oregon School of Law.  She is involved with the following organizations:  Washington Women Lawyers, the Clark County Bar Association, the Southwest Washington Estate Planning Council, Trinity Lutheran Church, Friends of Doernbecher and the Clark County Mock Trial program.

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