Meet WSBA's newly sworn in President Judge Brian Tollefson (Ret.) and discover the benefits of pro bono work In the October issue of Bar News.
Seattle attorney Lauren J. King recently was selected to become the first Native American U.S. judge in Washington state and one of four indigenous federal judges in the country. She will preside in the U.S. District Court in Western Washington.
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.
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...
Two months ago, the Washington Supreme Court issued an order requiring court employees and contractors either to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or to qualify f...
When the pandemic began early last year, the government extended aid to families and businesses everywhere. Funding was provided, payments were deferred, and m...
Michael Terasaki started his new role in what he calls â€œZoom land.â€ For Terasaki and others who coordinate pro bono and low bono legal services in Washingt...
The federal district court in Seattle recently enforced an arbitration provision in a lawyer's engagement agreement in Dodo International, Inc. v. Parker, No. ...
The next Board of Governors meeting will be held Nov. 4-5 at the Silver Cloud Hotel in Ruston, Washington.
Practitioners will not want to miss our lively and informative panels, including the annual Employment Law Year in Review and an ethics session presented by Hon. John Erlick. Join us Nov. 18 for this annual CLE program.
October's free Legal Lunchbox CLE offers an introduction to how changes to Title 11 Minor Guardianships affect nonparental custody orders, reflections from the first months under the new law, and changes to adult guardianship to come in 2022.
This CLE will explore both statutory and regulatory avenues available to taxpayers to challenge both their excise tax and property tax liability at both the agency level and in the courts.
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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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