In the latest issue of Washington State Bar News, we delve into the case of Kennedy v. Bremerton School District and the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling that a high school football coach's First Amendment rights were infringed after he led his players in prayer on the field.
Congratulations to our latest recipients of the Professionalism in Practice (PiP) Award, Jason Smith and Jessica Marx of North County Public Defense in Bellingham.
The Bar recently presented Annalise Martucci of Skagit County and Ana Cecilia “Ceci” Lopez of Whatcom with Local Hero Awards in recognition of their professionalism and service to their communities.
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With dozens of large-scale armed conflicts going on in the world, in Ukraine and elsewhere, a prospective client is bound to walk through your door one day, ac...
The federal district court in Spokane recently disqualified a law firm for a conflict with a key adverse witness. Caldwell v. United States, 2022 WL 17408818 (...
Amazon recently released its first ever Pro Bono Report, which describes some of the pro bono work provided by more than 700 Amazon lawyers and legal professio...
The federal district court in Seattle recently issued a pointed reminder on disqualification motions: move promptly or risk waiver. Olson Kundig, Inc. v. 12th ...
Division I of the Washington Court of Appeals in Seattle recently discussed the professional judgment rule in Dang v. Floyd, Pflueger & Ringer, PS, Wn. App.2d,...
Join us for two informational session on Jan. 20 and 27 to learn about serving on the WSBA Board of Governors.
The next Board of Governors meeting is Jan. 13-14 at the WSBA Conference Center. Also available virtually.
At this March 14 CLE, you'll gain interesting and inspirational information, practice tips, and pointers for creating access and opportunity for attorneys and clients.
Join us Jan. 19 or Feb. 6 for two virtual drop-in to ask questions and get information about serving as a WSBA Section leader.
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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.