Member Engagement Work Group
The WSBA Board of Governors formed the Member Engagement Work Group in July 2018 as a means to educate and involve bar members and collect their feedback on the board's work. The Work Group consists of five current or former members of the Board of Governors and one Board officer.
Work Group Members
Kim Hunter, Co-chair, Governor, 8th District
Dan Clark, Co-chair, WSBA Treasurer and Governor, 4th District
Paul Swegle, Governor, 7th-North District
Hunter Abell, Governor At-Large
Dan Bridges, Former Governor, 3rd District
Rajeev Majumdar, WSBA President
WSBA Staff Liaison
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Washington State Bar Association Board of Governors, pursuant to RCW 42.30.080, that a Member Engagement Work Group meeting will be held on:
Oct. 30, 2019
Time: Noon–1 p.m.
Location: Washington State Bar Association, Suite 600, 1325 Fourth Ave., Seattle, Washington, in the St. Helens conference room.
Some work group members may participate via conference call. A speaker phone will be available at the meeting location noted above for members of the public to attend and hear statements/discussion of those members participating by phone. In addition, call-in instructions are below for members of the public who would like to attend telephonically.
The purpose of the meeting is for the work group to discuss, deliberate, and take potential final action regarding the following agenda items.
- Meeting Dates/Frequency
- Charter Rewrite
- Discuss Potential Projects and Outreach
- Discuss Timelines and Outcomes
- Next Steps
Reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities will be provided upon request. Please email or call Shelly Bynum at email@example.com or 206-239-2125.
Instructions for public call in: 1-866-577-9294, access code 52824#
You are not required to state your name to join this meeting. If the conference call provider message asks that you state your name, you may press#, without stating your name, and you will be connected to the meeting. Committee members will be required to state their name in order to establish a quorum.