Senior Lawyers Section

senior citizens bikingWelcome to the rank of Senior Lawyer! The Senior Lawyers Section is geared toward lawyers aged 55 years and counting or who have been in practice in any jurisdiction for 25 years.

The section hosts an annual meeting and CLE program, social activities, and a newsletter. CLE programs focus on issues such as ethics, computer use, retirement strategies, and appellate procedures.

Pursuant to the section's Bylaws, any active member of the Washington State Bar Association 55 years of age and older or who has been in practice in any jurisdiction for 25 years may be enrolled as a member of the section upon request and payment of annual section dues ...and for the purpose recommended by the executive committee of the section and approved by the WSBA Board of Governors. Inactive members of the WSBA and other lay persons may join as subscribers for the purpose of participating in the activities of the section but may not be involved in the governance of the section. Additionally, in accordance with the bylaws of the WSBA, law students may join the section as non-voting subscriber members. 

For those of you who are not already members of the Senior Lawyers Section, consider joining this enthusiastic group by signing up now. In the words of past Chairman Fred Frederickson, "We have the best time of any section in the Association. Our longtime friends and compatriots at the Bar have much to offer each other."

The section's quarterly publication, Life Begins, is geared toward active senior lawyers. Section members are encouraged to submit articles of general interest and on legal issues.


Section List Serve

General instructions:

  • This is "closed" list serve, which means it is not open to anyone not currently subscribed. Only current subscribers of the list serve can receive/send email to the list serve.
  • Please note that the name of the list serve will be automatically added before the subject line of your message. The list name will appear in brackets. This allows you to use the list serve name as a filter when receiving email messages and setting up rules that you use to manage your email folders.
  • This list serve allows attachments; however, the total message size including attachments is limited to 5 megabytes.
  • Please review the List Serve Guidelines before sending messages to the list serve.
  • If you have questions about the list serve, please contact sections@wsba.org.

Sending messages:

  • To send a message to everyone currently subscribed to this list, address your message to senior-lawyers@list.wsba.org. This is the "list address." The list serve will automatically distribute the email to all subscribers.
  • A subject line is required on all email messages sent to the list serve.
  • Include a signature block at the bottom of the message, or some other contact information (i.e. name and email address or phone number).

Responding to Messages:

When you use "Reply" to respond to an email sent to the list serve, your message will go only to the author of the email. When you use "Reply All," your message will go to the author and to all members of the list serve.




woman with a headset Contact the Section

Section members: for general section questions, please send your email address and Bar number to sections@wsba.org. For more information and to get involved with the section, please contact the section Chair Carole Grayson.

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