In the July-August issue of Bar News, you'll find our summer reading list, some history on voting rights, and solid advice for clients on when it's really worth it to file an appeal.
Read WSBA's new Reopening Guide for Washington State Law Offices.
Now available: results from a member survey conducted by the External and Internal WSBA Coronavirus Response Task Forces.
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What is needed for police reform? Last summer, in the wake of George Floyd's murder, tens of thousands of protesters rallied in cities throughout America to hi...
Washington is the first state in the nation to create a trust to fund long-term care costs for its residents, which will be funded through a mandatory payroll ...
Unlike last summer, this year you can do actual things. If you want, you can even go to a beach. While you're there, building up stockpiles of Vitamin D to get...
The federal district court in Seattle recently discussed the prospective client ruleâ€”RPC 1.18â€”in denying a motion to disqualify a law firm. Collins v. Nova...
Judiciaries in Washington and other states are wrangling over how the practice of law can catch up with rapidly evolving demand and new technology. The answer ...
The Board of Governors will meet Friday & Saturday, July 16-17, at Skamania Lodge in Stevenson, Washington with remote options available.
Revisit the principles of ethical lawyering, and complete your ethics credits with attorney Dayna Underhill of Portland and a distinguished panel for an interactive discussion of ethics.
The Board of Governors Nominations Committee is meeting July 20 via Zoom.
Experienced faculty will provide a full day of immigration law discussion, including introductory and advanced tracks. The morning speakers will review common issues facing the newer practitioner, and the afternoon faculty will examine emerging trends in more detail.
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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.