Airey's work has been cited favorably by Washington's Appellate Courts.
Hill was a promenint figure in law in the Northwest. He codified both Washington and Oregon law. He was offered positions on both Washington and Idaho's Territorial Supreme Courts.
Charles Johnson is currently a justice, and the longest serving justice, on Washington's Supreme Court.
Kinner was a delegate to Washington's 1889 Constitutional Convention and elected to Washington's Senate.
Knapp's work is highly regarded; likely, in no small part, because his work is based in part on collaboration with several delegates to Washington's Constiutional Convention including Supreme Court Justice Theodore Stiles and Senator John Kinner.
Mires was a delegate to Washington's 1889 Constitutional Convention.
Official records of Washington's Constitutional Covention were destroyed making Rosenow's record, later recorded recollections of surviving delegates and preserved news coverage important sources for those seeking to reconstruct events at the convention.
Snure has recieved favorable treatment by Washington's Appellate Courts.
Stiles was one of the more influential delegates at Washington's Constitutional Convention and later serve on Washington's Supreme Court.
Former Supreme Court Justice Utter served on the Court for 23 years before resigning in protest over the Court's treatment of cases involving the death penalty. To merely say he was highly regarded or influential would be an understatement.
Charles Wiggins is a currently serving justice on Washington's Supreme Court.