WSBA Call to Duty

WSBA Call to Duty provides you with resources that support your efforts in serving veterans and their families.

ABA Home Front

A source of free publications and easy-to-understand information on a variety of legal topics that military families face every day — from custody issues to dealing with one's mortgage company while deployed. The website also provides a directory of legal services that help military families. Lawyers seeking pro bono opportunities can sign up on the website

The Attorney General's Military and Veteran Legal Resource Guide

This guide summarizes in one place some of the many legal rights, protections, and resources available to Washington’s military service members, veterans, and their families.

Get Accredited through the Veterans Affairs

In order to assist claimants in the preparation, presentation, and prosecution of claims for VA benefits from the initial application through appeals to the Board of Veterans Appeals, an attorney must be accredited by the VA. To obtain accreditation, an attorney must formally apply with the Office of the General Counsel of the VA.

Legal Assistance to Military Personnel (LAMP) Section

The WSBA LAMP Section addresses matters related to the rendition of appropriate and efficient legal services to members of the Armed Forces of the United States. Join the section or visit their webpage to learn more about their resources.

Representing Washington Veterans: Basic Legal and Cultural Concepts

This guide introduces attorneys to the basic concepts of culture and law that underpin effective assistance of veterans.

WSBA Culture of Service

The Washington State Bar Foundation ensures WSBA has the resources to lead on issues of justice, public service, and diversity. As part of WSBA's strategic goal to enhance the culture of service among members, we are pleased to offer the WSBA Call to Duty Program as a public service opportunity.

Take the Pledge

Reporting for duty... commit to serving WA veterans.

2016 WSBA Call to Duty Pledge