Lynette Baisch advises and defends school districts on a broad range of legal issues with a particular emphasis on special education law. She frequently works with IEP teams to develop defensible and appropriate programming, and has extensive experience defending school districts in due process hearings and court appeals.
Lynette graduated magna cum laude from the University of Missouri School of Journalism in 1999 and with honors from the University of Washington School of Law in 2005. During law school, Lynette served as a Managing Editor of the Washington Law Review and interned with the Seattle City Attorney’s Office, the Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board, and the Washington State Office of the Attorney General. Prior to joining Porter Foster Rorick in 2006, Lynette clerked with the Supreme Court of Illinois. Prior to her law career, she worked as a local government reporter for a Kitsap County daily newspaper.