Community Service Projects
The WSBA, the WLI Advisory Board, and the University of Washington School of Law proudly announce that the Leadership Institute is now a collaboration between the WSBA and UW Law. As of October 1, 2012, the WLI will be administered by UW Law.
For questions about the WLI, please contact
Michelle Gonzalez, Assistant Dean, Center for Professional and Leadership DevelopmentUniversity of Washington School of LawWilliam H. Gates Hall, Room 350Box 353020Seattle, WA 89195-3020(206) firstname.lastname@example.org
Each WLI class works together to complete a Community Service Project. Community Service Projects are designed by the fellows with an aim toward improving the civil or criminal justice system, the public's perception of the legal system or lawyers, or the efficiency of the WSBA.
Guide to Mentoring Young Lawyers
Survey of Female Members of the WSBA
Guide to Turning 18
Legal Resources in Washington (a companion document to "Guide to Turning 18")
Washington State Gubernatorial Pardon Process: A How-to Guide for those facing deportation based on a past criminal conviction (documents not available)
"Credit Abuse and Predatory Lending" CLE at Seattle University (documents not available)
"Justice for All: Our Profession, Our Responsibility" Video
What Would You Do If You Knew You Couldn't Fail? Five Washington Leaders Discuss Their Paths to Success — A project to empower the diversity pipeline by reaching out to middle and high school students.
Video Interviews | Lesson Plan and Workshop Module
Profiles of Diversity and Leadership
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