Pullman Attorney and Pro Tem Judge announces candidacy for Whitman County District Court Judge

A Pullman attorney and local Pro Tem Judge has announced his candidacy for the Whitman County District Court bench.  Rob Rembert is running to replace longtime Judge Doug Robinson who is retiring at the end of the year.

Rembert is a partner at Irwin, Myklebust, Savage & Brown.  He is a Whitman County Superior Court Commissioner Pro Tem Judge and a Pro Tem Judge in District Court.  Rembert has focused on criminal and civil litigation at IMSB for over 21 years representing clients in criminal matters, product liability, personal injury and estate litigation.  His background includes past President of the Whitman County Bar Association.  He has argued cases in state and federal courts throughout Eastern Washington and is admitted to practice before the US Supreme Court.

Rembert earned his law degree from Seattle University in 1996, graduating magna cum laude.  His community involvement includes past President of the Pullman Chamber of Commerce Board, Whitman County Civil Service Commissioner, Director of the Pullman Education Foundation, Neill Public Library Board Trustee and Whitman County Elected Salary Commissioner.