WSBA Call to Duty

The WSBA Call to Duty Pledge asks you to commit in serving Washington veterans in 2014. As part of the pledge we will support you by providing resources both legal and non-legal to serve veterans, education and CLEs, and the chance to answer the various calls to duty in serving veterans.

WSBA Call to Duty Pledge

I pledge to serve veterans this year in one or more of the following ways:

  • Use my legal skills to advise a nonprofit organization that serves veterans
  • Mentor those who take pro bono cases that served a veteran
  • Teach at a CLE on veterans legal issues
  • Volunteer for one of the Call to Duty’s Days of Service or with the WA Vets Will Clinic
  • Take a low-fee veteran's case through the WSBA Moderate Means Program
  • Take a pro bono case from an organization who serves veterans
  • Become certified to take a VA benefits case

Pledges are automatically added to our “Call to Duty Pledge” list serve. This list serve provides the following announcements and opportunities:

  • Monthly “Lunch and Learn” sessions – these webinars will highlight legal and non-legal resource helpful to serving veterans and their families 

           June 13, 2014 - ABA Military Pro Bono Project

  • Volunteer openings across the state
  • Access to free CLEs on issues veterans face
  • Pro bono case placement
  • Success stories from our members and our veterans
  • First to sign-up for the Days of Service

Members who fulfill the pledge will receive a pin, be distinguished in NWLawyer magazine, and invited to a WSBA Call to Duty awards ceremony each January.

Take the Pledge

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

WSBA Call to Duty Pledge

Have you fulfilled your pledge?

Let us know what you did by completing the Pledge Achievement Form.