In the latest issue of Bar News, WSBA President Rajeev Mujamdar discusses his mental health journey, and we examine the state Supreme Court's struggle to define a regulatory takings doctrine.
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.
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There are many options when it comes to on-demand office space. You can rent a conference room or a private office to limit access from other people. Or you ca...
This new law attempts to protect vulnerable youth by requiring law enforcement to connect a youth to a public defender after the youth has been Mirandized but ...
This year the state of Washington flipped the regulations for noncompete agreements on their head and, eight months after the new law became effective, the imp...
Perhaps you've seen us at a march or rally, or wandering around the former Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP). You can't miss the green hats; they're the bri...
Join September's free Legal Lunchbox webinar to learn about the principles accessibility and how they help guide technology choices in the justice system. Sept. 29.
The Bostock case has changed the landscape for LGBTQ+ rights. Join us Sept. 22 for a half-day CLE webinar to learn more about the details of the case, the Supreme Court opinion, and how it impacts current practice.
This CLE webinar on Sept. 29 covers a range of new development in cannabis law. Presented in partnership with the WSBA Cannabis Law Section.
Please join us Sept. 25 for the annual Solo and Small Practice Conference. We’re going virtual this year and we're excited to bring together faculty from both near and far.
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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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