In the October edition of Bar News, newly seated WSBA president Kyle Sciuchetti introduces his vision for the Bar. Also, read about our emeritus pro bono member status, the work of the Pro Bono and Public Service Committee, and the ethics of working pro bono.
Just released new edition provides practical guidance through the ethics and law firm risk management issues arising in daily practice.
Read WSBA's new Reopening Guide for Washington State Law Offices.
Save your spot at the 2020 Clio Cloud Conference, held virtually Oct. 13-16.
he death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has left the U.S. Supreme Court short-handed as it began its new term on Oct. 5 with only eight justices on the bench. ...
Last month, the Washington Supreme Court affirmed core provisions in the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), ensuring that the law's protections are applied early...
For weeks, the national discourse has been embroiled in battles over the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) and the upcoming general election. Amidst an ongoing health...
Perhaps the most impactful of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's famous dissents came in a case about gender pay inequity in the workplace: Ledbetter v. Goodyear Ti...
Recently, the Washington State Bar Association updated our Legal Directory â€” a searchable database of every legal professional in the state of Washingtonâ€”t...
As part of pro bono month, this free webinar on Oct. 27 will focus on structural poverty and its impacts on low-income family law clients.
MentorLink Mixers are unique, free events bringing together people with similar interests in the legal profession. The next mixer on Oct. 22 welcomes new Bar members with a virtual networking event.
Practitioners will not want to miss our lively and informative panels, including the annual Employment Law Year in Review and an ethics presentation geared toward labor and employment practitioners in the Zoom era on Nov. 12.
Join us for a three-credit, hour-long CLE Nov. 6, focusing on ethical issues facing attorneys who work for organizations.
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The Moderate Means Program (MMP) is a state-wide program designed to bridge this gap with attorneys who offer reduced-fee assistance in family, housing, and consumer law cases.
Borrow books from our Lending Library to expand your expertise on practice management.