Volunteer for a WSBA board or committee
There are many ways that members can volunteer to advance the mission and goals of the WSBA.
Nominations are now being accepted. See our Elections page for more information.
Volunteer to promote professionalism in the legal community.
The Washington Young Lawyers Committee (WYLC) is a vehicle for new lawyers and law students to get involved with the Bar and a home to network and enhance leadership skills. You can develop programs for new and young lawyers, serve on a WYLC subcommittee, or become a young lawyer liaison to a WSBA section.
The Access to Justice Board, a Washington Supreme Court-created board administered by the WSBA, works to achieve equal access to the civil justice system for those facing economic and other significant barriers. Volunteers are welcome to join any of the ATJ Board's committees at any time of the year.
Appointed by the Disciplinary Board, custodians provide an important service to the Bar and the public by acting to protect clients' interests.
Board of Governors election eligibility and nomination information
Diagram of all committees, boards and other volunteer-led groups
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