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The WSBA Call to Duty Day of Service welcomes volunteer attorneys, limited license legal technicians (LLLT), law students, and paralegals to be a part of serving Washington military veterans through a full day of learning and giving back.

Attorneys of all experience levels are encouraged to participate in these rewarding and engaging events. WSBA partners with a local Qualified Legal Service Provider to select two legal services to provide at each Day of Service. The Day of Service begins with a free CLE seminar on effectively working with veterans and the two selected legal areas. Volunteers pair up and attend one of the two learning tracks available. After the CLE, volunteer pairs participate in a two-hour afternoon legal clinic to put their new legal skills to use. Mentors are on site to answer any questions and help troubleshoot as issues arise.

Benefits of Volunteering

  • Learn a new area of law
  • Receive malpractice insurance during the legal clinic through the local Qualified Legal Service Provider
  • Help a veteran and their family
  • Learn from a free CLE seminar
  • Receive free pro bono CLE credits for work under APR 11 rules
  • Work with experienced attorneys
  • Enjoy a free lunch
Take the Call to Duty Pledge to be notified when registration opens for our next Day of Service.

If you have questions please email us at publicservice@wsba.org.

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

Thank you to our Day of Service Volunteers

WSBA thanks volunteers for serving Washington veterans at the Call to Duty Days of Service.