The Office of the Attorney General will provide excellent, independent, and ethical legal services to the State of Washington and protect the rights of its people.
The Office of the Attorney General is committed to recognizing, addressing, and eradicating all forms of racism within the scope of its work and operations. Conversations about race require courage, respect, and compassion. We recognize that when we enter into these conversations, we may not always be comfortable and may need to lean into the discomfort. As an agency that strives to be anti-racist, it is our goal to identify, discuss, and challenge racial inequity in the workplace and the impact it has on our employees, and, within our authority, combat racism that impacts the people of the State of Washington.
The Office of the Attorney General will be the best public law office in the United States.
All staff in the Office of the Attorney General are guided by the following core values:
- We will deliver high quality legal services and remember that we serve the people of the State of Washington.
- We will conduct ourselves with integrity, professionalism, civility, and transparency.
- We will promote a collegial, diverse, inclusive, and anti-racist workplace that values, respects, and supports all of our employees.
- We will foster a culture of belonging that upholds the dignity of every employee in the agency.