Consumer Information Pamphlets

As a service to its members and the public, the Washington State Bar Association publishes a series of consumer-information pamphlets on various legal topics.
 
Written for the non-lawyer, these pamphlets are intended to educate citizens about their legal rights and responsibilities, answer frequently asked questions, and explain basic aspects of Washington state laws.
 
The information is general and not intended as legal advice or as a substitute for a lawyer's services. 


Consumer Information Pamphlets (English)

(Para la versión en Español, presione aquí)

 

Folleto de información para el Consumidor

 

Ordering Pamphlets

One copy of each pamphlet is available free by sending a long (#10 business-sized) self-addressed, stamped envelope for each title requested to the address below. To receive a sample set of all pamphlets, send a large (4 x 9 or larger), self-addressed, stamped ($1.90 postage) envelope to the address below.
 
WSBA
Communications Division
1325 4th Ave., Ste. 600
Seattle, WA 98101-2539

To order pamphlets in quantity, please contact the WSBA Service Center at 800-945-WSBA or 206-443-WSBA, or questions@wsba.org. You may also order pamphlets online. Special discount rates are available for qualified nonprofit organizations.

More consumer information is available from the Consumer Protection Division of the Washington State Office of the Attorney General.

 

Foundations of American Democracy Pamphlet

Explains the rule of law, separation of powers, checks and balances, and fair and impartial judiciary in language appropriate for high school students or general audiences. Download the PDF version or request printed copies from Pam Inglesby at pami@wsba.org.

 

Washington Attorney General's Office

Information from the Attorney General’s Office Consumer Protection Division on a wide range of topics of interest to consumers

Washington Law Help

Helping low-income individuals solve legal problems