About Jocelyn Cook

Jocelyn Cook and her husband, Tom, have been living in Spokane since 2005.  Together, they raise two children and work to support the community.  Ms. Cook represents indigent clients.  Her husband is a special education teacher for at-risk youth.

Ms. Cook became an attorney after receiving a fellowship from the Center for Children’s Rights.  This fellowship allowed her to focus on advocating for the rights of children.  After two years of appellate work, Ms. Cook began work for Spokane County.  Ms. Cook has tried cases to jury and bench.  She has drafted appellate briefs and countless motions addressing constitutional, evidentiary, and factual issues.

Her clients appreciate her candor and ability to interpret and explain the law in a clear, understandable way.  Other lawyers appreciate her passion, honesty, and intelligence.  She is dedicated to the rule of law and works to ensure it is interpreted in a way that is true to the Constitution and its principles.   

Says Ms. Cook, “It would be an honor to serve Spokane as a superior court judge and to demonstrate my commitment to the fair and impartial application of the rule of law through this position.”

Statement prepared by JocelynCook4Judge, PO Box 8782, Spokane 99203


Legal Experience:  Ten years litigating criminal and dependency cases for Spokane County.  Two years’ appellate work at the Law Office of Lana C. Glenn.  Attended the National Criminal Defense College.  Recipient of Washington Defender Association President’s Award.  CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, and Oral Advocacy.  Center for Children’s Rights Fellow.  Mentor for the Academic Success Program at Whittier College School of Law.

Education:  Graduate of The College of William and Mary.  Graduate of Whittier College School of Law, Magna Cum Laude.


We have scheduled neighborhood barbeques and are booking booths so that we can get out in the community and share information about our campaign.  So far we have the following events planned:


Indian Trail (Farmdale and Barnes) –  June 24th from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

5 Mile (Hawthorne and Milton Ct.)  –  July 14th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Spokane Valley (Fraser Estates) –  July 30th from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm


Perry Street Fair – July 15th from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm

Unity in the Community – August 19th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Pig Out in the Park- August 30th – September4th, 11:00 am to 10:00 pm

Lower South Hill Block Party-  September 26th, 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Valleyfest-  September 23rd, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm and September 24th,  11:00 am  to 4:00 pm

Heritage Festival- September 30th, 11:00 am  to 8:00 pm

If we are in your neighborhood, please stop by.  Ms. Cook would love to meet you and share why she hopes to serve Spokane as a superior court judge.


Phone:            509.270.8891

Address:        PO Box 8782, Spokane, Washington 99203

Support the Campaign

There are a bunch of ways to support our campaign!

Follow us on Facebook–  Get updated information regarding endorsements, interviews, and events, and share with your friends by following us on Facebook at  https://www.facebook.com/jocelyncook4judge/

Post Signs–  If you live in a high traffic area and are willing to put up a sign supporting Jocelyn Cook for judge,  let us know and we will get you one as soon as possible!

Join us for Events–  We are hoping to be out in your neighborhoods walking around, meeting people.  If you would like to join us, have any other ideas for getting the word out, or would like to host a barbeque let us know.

Donate–  Donations can be sent to jocelyncook4judge at PO Box 8782, Spokane, Washington 99203.  Or you can use the PayPal link below.  Donations cannot be more than $2,000 per person or business.

Please contact us at Jocelyncook4judge@gmail.com with any questions you may have or call at 509.270.8891. Thank you for your support!