Visit our new Washington State Bar News website and check out the November issue of Bar News in which we explore the racial history of Pasco and Kennewick.
Check out the new clearing house for legal needs arising from COVID-19. It's provided by the Access to Justice Board and the Alliance for Equal Justice.
Visit the Events Calendar to find out what's happening at the Bar.
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As attorney general, I invite Washington's legal community to consider how we all can support veterans and service members throughout the year. My office honor...
On any given day, the WSBA Service Center can generally answer calls on demand, in most cases providing answers to questions after a few minutes on the phone. ...
In 2020, the Access to Justice (ATJ) Board established a COVID-19 Response Work Group to collaborate with other organizations in identifying and addressing com...
The pandemic has made people with disabilities in restricted settings more vulnerable than ever. Our panel will discuss changes needed to address disparities and ensure that people with disabilities aren’t further disabled by institutional approaches. Join us for this special CLE Nov. 19.
November's free Legal Lunchbox CLE focuses on the unique challenges facing legal professionals who struggle with ADHD and productivity. Learn about these common challenges attorneys experience and concrete approaches for navigating them.
The next Board of Governors meeting will be held Jan. 13-14 in Seattle and via Zoom.
A conversation about transracial placements in the foster care system. This CLE is scheduled for noon Dec. 13.
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Facing a legal issue and don't know where to turn? Start here. Your options might surprise you.
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.