Whom we serve

Solo and small practice firms comprise more than 60% of practicing lawyers in Washington State.

Small firm practitioners must handle their finances, marketing, business decisions and growth without the help of law firm administrators, comptrollers, marketing personnel and executive directors.

The Solo and Small Practice Section of the Washington State Bar Association offers the resources to help manage these firms to maximum efficiency and profitability.

Who serves you

The Section’s Executive Committee is made up of elected solo and small practice attorneys. They understand what you’re dealing with because they’re facing many of those same issues in their own practices. See the Executive Committee page for details of the current members.

In addition, the Executive Committee enjoys input from the liaison for the Association of Legal Administrators, as well as various consultants to the legal industry, providing added perspective on solutions to solo and small practice challenges.


Benefits of Section Membership

Membership in the Section can put you in touch with resources that you can't find anywhere else.  It's the next best thing to haveing your own law practice management consultant!  When you join the Section, you will enjoy full access to:

  • List serve discussions wher you can post questions for Section members and receive help with your most challenging issues.
  • Links on our Member-Only pages to hundreds of helpful resources.
  • Practice tips to enhance your productivity, management and quality of life.
  • Section-sponsored CLEs and roundtable discussions focused on solo and small practice issues.
  • Networking opportunities with solo and small firm practitioners in your own area, as well as from around the state.