Resources for Job Seekers
Finding a job in today's difficult economy can be tough. We're committed to helping lawyers find satisfying jobs. Our groups for job seekers will help you create effective strategies for job hunting, networking, and interviewing.
If you've made the decision to go solo, you may consider buying an existing practice from an attorney that wants to retire or otherwise leave the practice. Purchasing a practice can include a gradual transition period, during which the seller can provide valuable mentoring and you can build skills an rapport with clients.
Learn more or search practices for sale.
Nearly 20% of Washington lawyers are solo practitioners. We offer resources and the Law Office Managments Assistance Program to help you hang your shingle and be your own boss.
Resources to help you start your career and connect with your community.
Tools, insurance, and a job board for members.
We have expanded our Lawyers Assistance Program, which has provided services promoting the health and well-being of lawyers since 1987, to offer statewide access to support with referrals to providers in lawyers’ local communities. Whether you want help with a mental health issue or help finding childcare, we have a resource for you. WSBA Connects and the WSBA Lawyers Assistance Program are offered to members free of charge.
Confidential assistance that promotes healthy lifestyle choices
Free 24/7 support statewide for mental health, personal, and family issues
CLEs and Events for the Washington Legal Community
Volunteer opportunities with the WSBA, the public, and in the legal community.
View listings for seminars and publications.
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