In the latest issue of Bar News, our cover story discusses the Washington Uniform Electronic Wills Act and the new requirements for executing, filing, and storing electronic wills.
The WSBA’s MentorLink Mixers are unique, free-to-attend events that bring together mentees and table coaches with similar interests in the legal profession.
Apply by Oct. 9 to be a Washington Leadership Institute Fellow. The WLI provides fellows with numerous opportunities to personally interact with legal, judicial and political leaders.
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In the documentary "Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America", Jeffery Robinson takes his audience on a time-traveling journey from slavery to post-reconst...
Consider that a student who expects to graduate law school this year will have spent most of their education amid a global pandemic. Their legal academia would...
The federal district court in Seattle recently ordered an attorney to testify at a deposition in an insurance â€œbad faithâ€ case.
In the first part of this series, we explored Environmental Social, and Governance (ESG)â€”what ESG is and the basics of what lawyers and law firms need to kno...
Several members of the U. S. Supreme Court deem themselves originalists or strict constructionists whose duty it is to decide cases based upon constitutional i...
The next Board of Governors meeting will be on Sept. 22 and 23 in Bellevue.
For September's free Legal Lunchbox CLE, Join us for an overview of LGBTQ+ and Two Spirit experiences during the pandemic and racial justice reckoning and beyond. LGBTQ+ and Two Spirit identities are not captured in pandemic public health data, and research on racial disparities rarely captures LGBTQ+ or Two Spirit experiences.
Join us for an overview of the Washington State Department of Revenue's Audit Divison.
This CLE session will cover the basics of assisting individuals in applying for disability benefits from either the Social Security Administration or the Veterans Administration.
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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.
Borrow books from our Lending Library to expand your expertise on practice management.