The Value of Your License to Practice
In order to sustain the services that our members expect and maintain prudent reserves, license fees – the Bar’s main source of revenue – must increase, starting in 2018. Your license fee supports regulatory and professional programs and services and operations of the Bar. This license not only allows you to practice law in Washington, it also gives you access to important services and useful benefits. After listening to our members and working with our volunteers over the last several years, we have built an even stronger and more robust legal community in Washington.
Here are some of the programs we have added or enhanced to better serve our members and the citizens of our state:
Over the next few months, we want to hear more from you about the services you value as a professional practicing in Washington. We will be sharing information on opportunities for you to share your thoughts and engage with the Board of Governors and the WSBA executive management team. Please watch this page for details.
For more information on the WSBA’s fiscal year 2017 budget process, see the WSBA Treasurer’s Reports:
Please send questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This online chat with WSBA President Robin Haynes and Executive Director Paula Littlewood took place on Dec. 14, 2016.
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