The latest issue of Bar News is largely dedicated to the the past, present, and future of the bar exam. You'll also find a Q&A with the deans of Washington’s three law schools on the state of the state’s legal profession, and the ethics of chatbots in legal practice.
WSBA Board of Governors and staff met in Seattle Nov. 1 to assist with habitat restoration — more specifically, removing blackberry bushes — at the University of Washington Horticulture Center.
Applications are now being accepted for the Judicial Institute's Fellows Clinic in an effort to expand the diversity of Washington courts.
WSBA CLE is recruiting an experienced trial lawyer to serve as the experienced practitioner chair-elect for the 2024 WSBA Trial Advocacy Program (TAP).
In a case of first impression in Washington, Division I of the Court of Appeals recently found that a separation clause in a law firm employment agreementâ€”al...
My father, grandfather, and uncles all served in the military. My family's strong legacy of military service taught me the importance of honoring veterans and ...
The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington recently applied the attorney-client privilege to a â€œfunctional employeeâ€ of a corporate def...
Under American Bar Association Model Rule 1.16(d), when a lawyer withdraws the lawyer is to surrender papers and property to which the client is entitled. Neit...
At its Nov. 3, 2023 meeting, the WSBA Board of Governors will consider two legislative proposals for Bar sponsorship. Proposal from the Business Law Section. T...
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