In the latest issue of Bar News, we tracked down six WSBA members who are also active creatives—two musicians, a poet, a photographer, a podcaster, and an actor/director—to find out how they make time for their art, what inspires them, and more.
WSBA recently honored Klickitat County District Judge Jeff Baker with the designation of Local Hero for his generosity and kindness in court and the community.
The two-volume "Estate Planning, Probate, and Trust Administration Deskbook" is a comprehensive resource that provides the authorities and the tools Washington practitioners need to solve real problems.
The Board of Governors unanimously re-elected Daniel D. Clark to serve as its treasurer for the 2020-2021 fiscal year. The board elected him unanimously at its July 24 meeting.
Read WSBA's new Reopening Guide for Washington State Law Offices.
A personal injury claim may or may not be protected if you file for bankruptcy and will depend on several factors discussed below. Often, consumers thinking ab...
Six months after an unsuccessful effort to incorporate new mandatory subject areas within the ethics education requirements for Washington legal professionals,...
Steve Wax, legal director for the Oregon Innocence Project and Oregon federal public defender from 1983 to 2014, has called for convening a grand jury inquiry ...
WSBA Chief Disciplinary Counsel Doug Ende is an eclectic personality on top of being a meticulous and measured legal ethics professional. This certainly was n...
The 1916 Washington Supreme Court decision in State v. Towessnute opens with the words, â€œThe prior occupancy of American soil by the Indian tribes did not ve...
"Through a family law lens," the Aug. 25 free Legal Lunchbox webinar will describe how attorneys can rely on the concept of trauma in its clinical and public health contexts to advocate holistically on behalf of survivors of gender-based violence in a judicial proceeding and navigate systemic barriers.
Join seasoned practitioners for the Indian Law Section's annual CLE, which is virtual this year and spread over two half days. We will cover some of the most important developments and pressing issues affecting tribes in Washington and beyond.
This webinar will introduce timely topics related to ethics and the solo and small firm practitioner.
The annual WSBA Trial Advocacy Program offers a two-day intensive trial skills training. This seminar is appropriate for attorneys working in either the criminal or civil arena with little or no trial experience.
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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.
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