Upcoming Events in 2016

Previous Events

This record of past events is maintained for the convenience of members who may wish to apply for CLE credit.


  • June 12: Navigating Special Forums for Construction Disputes: Construction Law Section Annual Seminar. Approved for 6 general and 1 ethics CLE credit for Washington attorneys.
  • April 3: Construction Law 101. Approved for 5.25 general CLE credits and 1 ethics credit for Washington attorneys.
  • Feb. 26: Schedule and Delay Analysis: Why Results Differ (Approved for 1 general CLE Credit)


  • Oct. 29: Construction Law Fall Forum at Bullitt Center.
  • June 13: "Construction Disputes: Picking the Right People and Forum – Annual Construction Law Meeting and Seminar." Approved for 5.75 general and 1 CLE ethics credits.
  • April 18: "Construction 101." Approved for 6.75 CLE credits (5.75 general, 1 ethics). Co-sponsored by the WSBA Construction Law Section and the Spokane County Bar Association
  • Feb. 6: "Principles of Persuasion." Approved for 1 general CLE credit.


  • Oct. 15: Fall Forum – The New Husky Stadium: A Dawgs' Eye View of the Project.
  • June 14: "Annual Construction Law Midyear Meeting and Seminar: Public Works Update – Pitfalls of Contracting in the Public Arena." Approved for 6.25 general CLE credits and 0.5 ethics credit.
  • April 19: Construction Law CLE. Approved for 4.5 general credits and 1 ethics credit.


  • Oct. 25: Fall Forum – Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program. 
  • June 15: "Annual Construction Law Midyear Meeting and Seminar." Approved for 5.25 general CLE credits, and 1 ethics credit.
  • Feb. 28: "Be Careful What You Ask For." Winter forum. Recording available.


  • Oct. 18: "What Happened to the Economic Loss Rule." Fall forum.
  • June 10: "Getting the Most from Expert Witnesses." Approved for 5.5 general credits and 1 ethics credit.


  • Oct. 19: Construction Law Section Annual Meeting and Fall Forum
  • June 11: CLE – "Public Construction: The Only Game in Town and How to Play It." Approved for 6 general credits and 0.5 ethics credit.
  • April 6: Construction Law Section Forum: "Outcomes of the 2010 Washington State Legislature Session and Impacts on the Construction Industry."


  • Oct. 27: WSBA Construction Law Section Annual Meeting and Forum.
  • June 19: Construction Law Midyear: "Recovery of Damages in Construction Disputes." Approved for 6.5 general CLE credits.


  • Nov. 5: Construction Law Section Forum Meeting. "Recession? Resilience? Or...? A Post-election Update on the Washington State Economy." Presented by Michael J. Parks, Marple's Letter, Washington Athletic Club, Seattle. No CLE credit.
  • Oct. 20: Construction Law Year End. "Residential Construction: Home Sweet Home?" Co-sponsored by the WSBA Construction Law Section. Approved for 3.75 credits.
  • June 13: Construction Law Section Midyear: "Residential Construction: Home Sweet Home?" Approved for 6 general CLE credits.

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