Connect with Peers and Practitioners through WSBA's 29 Sections
Sections members become part of active professional communities and gain access to an array of exclusive section member benefits. Over 10,000 WSBA members currently belong to one or more of the WSBA’s 29 sections. The section membership year begins Jan. 1.
In the past year, WSBA Sections have sponsored approximately 70 CLE seminars and hosted multiple professional networking events around the state. Various sections offer a plethora of member benefits, including, but not limited to:
- List serve communities
- Newsletters, reports, deskbooks, and sourcebooks
- Free and discounted CLEs
- Opportunities to engage in the Washington state legislative process
...and more! Join a Section Today!
Interested in Section Leadership?
Each section is led by a group of volunteers who are elected to serve on the executive committee. Many find leading a section to be a rewarding experience because of the leadership growth, professional development, firsthand experience with the legislative process, and collegiality it offers. Executive committee discussions are productive and challenging, offering a unique opportunity to work with other legal professionals in a goal-oriented setting that benefits WSBA members and the greater legal community.
WSBA Sections are currently seeking section members to fill openings on their section executive committees for terms beginning Oct. 1, 2021. Consider applying to become a section leader!
For general sections questions, send an email with your Bar number to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-945-9722.
Health Law Section
The WSBA's Health Law Section facilitates learning and relationship development to support the practice of health law attorneys. The Section is a valuable and trusted resource for:
- Providing regular educational opportunities, including CLE seminars and notices of important developments in health law
- Contributing to valuable relationships among health law practitioners and opportunities to develop health law practices
- Providing general information relating to healthcare law.
In accordance with the Section's bylaws, and with the exception of law students, an individual must be an active member of the Bar.
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Watch It Now!
In this webinar, Ethics of Internal Investigations, presented on April 22, 2021, and developed in partnership with the Health Law Section, you will learn about the ethical issues that can arise when conducting an internal investigation, including: representing entities v. individuals (RPC 1.13 and RPC 1.7); issues that may arise with whistleblowers; witness interviews (RPC 4.4 and RPC 4.3); and interacting with the government (RPC 1.6).
This recording is unaccredited and will be available for viewing up to one year after the original airdate.
Chair: Lori Oliver (2021-2022)
1st Vice Chair: Maddie Haller (2021-2022)
2nd Vice Chair: William Waller (2021-2022)
Secretary: Appalenia Udell (2021-2022)
Treasurer: Seth Rosenberg (2021-2022)
Immediate Past Chair: Michael L. Farrell (2021-2022)
Young Lawyer Liaison*: vacant
BOG Liaison*: vacant
Scholarships and Grants Committee
Professional Licensing Committee
The Executive Committee of the Health Law Section holds monthly meetings. Except as otherwise noted, the meetings take place by video conference on the first Friday of each month, noon-1 p.m. See event calendar for access information.
Please contact committee members for any other details on their upcoming meetings.
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To join the section list serve and for general section questions, please send your email address and Bar number to email@example.com. To post on the section's list serve, review our list serve instructions. For more information and to get involved with the section, please contact the section directly.