Updated: July 9, 2024
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Alternative Pathways to Licensure
In this free on-demand CLE, members of the Washington Bar Licensure Taskforce share more about alternative pathways to licensure, and how the new options provide a means to demonstrate competency and protect the public while increasing availability of legal services.

Cybersecurity and Lawyer Ethics
This free, on-demand CLE provides a primer on your ethical and legal obligations to protect client and personal data, highlights common security threats, and explains measures you can take to safeguard data in line with your ethical obligations.

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Effective Approaches in Working with Traumatized Clientss
Effective management of traumatized clients, based on understanding how trauma impacts your particular client, is crucial to managing your own stress and preventing burnout. This free, on-demand CLE covers these management strategies plus relevant ethics.

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Moving from Cultural Competence to Cultural Humility: A Lifelong Learning Practice
In this free, on-demand CLE a panel explores how to engage in the critical practice of cultural humility, a framework that expands on “cultural competency”, while working with clients.

Estate Planning DeskbookEstate Planning, Probate, and Trust Administration in Washington (2020)
This two-volume set replaces the Washington Estate Planning Deskbook and the Washington Probate Deskbook. Because most practitioners practice in both areas, and relevant topics rarely fit neatly into one or the other, we have created a comprehensive resource that provides the authorities and the tools — including over 47 digital and customizable forms — Washington practitioners need to solve real problems in their practices.

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Please note: WSBA CLEs are produced by the Washington State Bar Association for the use of WSBA members. Neither the WSBA nor the contributors make express or implied warranties with respect to the use of the information presented. The views and conclusions expressed herein are those of the authors and editors and are not necessarily those of the Washington State Bar Association or any division or committee thereof.