In the April/May issue of Washington State Bar News, we consider the unique psychological challenges facing legal professionals and what WSBA is doing to support its members. And we delve into a landmark Washington Supreme Court ruling affecting the dairy industry.
Read WSBA's new Reopening Guide for Washington State Law Offices.
Now available: results from a member survey conducted by the External and Internal WSBA Coronavirus Response Task Forces.
In National Volunteer Week, we're recognizing a few of WSBA's more than 1,000 dedicated volunteers with Q&As in our blog NWSidebar. Want to know what it's like to volunteer in your legal community? Meet Francis Adewale.
For many, dairy farms will bring to mind pleasant imagery of placid cows nibbling grass and farmworkers ambling in the pre-dawn hours with stool and milking bu...
Since becoming a lawyer, have you ever wondered why you chose this career path? Have you ever wondered if you were cut out for the immense pressures that our p...
Over the past five years, there has been a steady and growing change in how we as a profession address the mental health of attorneys. And over the next five d...
Among the many issues at the center of debates over police-involved killings, particularly killings of people of color, few are as impactful as qualified immun...
Anxieties were running higher than normal ahead of the winter 2021 Washington State Bar Exam that for the first time in the state was conducted remotely. Howev...
Join us for April's free Legal Lunchbox series webinar, "Coherent Lawyering: The Practice of Calm on the Go" on April 27. Discover the science of personal and social coherence, evidence-based practical tools to move into a state of coherence for a thriving and renewing legal practice.
The 18th Annual Trust and Estate Litigation Seminar offers a one-hour ethics presentation on dealing with difficult clients as well as a session on case law updates.
Please join the WSBA Senior Lawyers Section for this important webinar presentation. Applying her immigration law experience in private practice and as a former staff attorney with Kids In Need of Defense (KIND), Miriam Korngold will discuss legal strategies to craft a winning asylum case.
The next Board of Governors meeting will be held June 28, 2021.
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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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