In the latest issue of NWLawyer we learn about the "long, hard fight" of Lem Howell, who spent 50 years holding police accountable and fighting for victims of cops who wrongfully used deadly force. We also enjoy a chat with Washington's new Chief Justice Debra L. Stephens.
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Ethics Guru Mark Fucile examines a recent Supreme Court ruling that an elected prosecutor's entire office is disqualified to litigate in cases the prosecutor t...
For years, agencies calling for sensible Public Records Act reform have remarked that change would not come until the state's lawmakers were also subject to th...
Few jobs are featured more prominently on big and small screens than that of the lawyer. So we reached out to WSBA members on Facebook to learn about the great...
Timothy MB Farrell, counsel to MBI Health Services, LLC, shares his pro bono experience protecting women and girls, LGBT people, sex workers, and political act...
WSBA members may have seen that HB 1788 was pulled from the Rules Committee and placed on third reading, which means that it will receive a floor vote in the H...
Join us for the 40th Annual Northwest Securities Institute on March 6 to get essential updates from our region’s state regulatory agencies, along with the latest from the SEC on enforcement and corporation finance.
Clio is offering a free webinar on the basics of law firm and trust accounting, so you can stay on top of your firm’s finances year-round.
join us for a half-day program covering topics related to the history of women’s suffrage, current challenges with access to voting, and a historical perspective of women in leadership on March 3.
Join this month’s Legal Lunchbox™ installment for an introductory webinar on Washington appellate law and advocacy on Feb. 25. It's free for WSBA members.
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