The latest issue of Washington State Bar News pays homage to March Madness with WSBA’s Municipal Mayhem. While it doesn’t take place on the court, it is a battle literally about the courts. This joust for justice will be left to WSBA members to determine, once and for all, which county hosts the courtiest courthouse in Washington.
Call for Session Proposals: The 2023 Access to Justice Conference, "Shifting Justice Towards Accountability and Trust," seeks session proposals from community organizations impacted by COVID-19 and the nation’s racial reckoning.
Congratulations to our latest recipients of the Professionalism in Practice (PiP) Award, Jason Smith and Jessica Marx of North County Public Defense in Bellingham.
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Over the last five years, many lawyers began the transition to remote workâ€”then the pandemic added even more coal to the fire. Accelerated adoption of remote...
A recent decision by the federal court in Seattle underscored that when attempting to withdraw from litigation, timing can be critical. In 3M Company v. AIME L...
Recently, the WSBA Member Wellness Program grew a little larger with the addition of Clinical & Outreach Lead Adely Ruiz, MSW, LSWAIC. Ruiz comes to the WSBA v...
The Sixth Amendment guarantees â€œthe assistance of counselâ€ to criminal defendants. Most post-conviction relief cases addressing this issue focus on whether...
Division III of the Washington Court of Appeals in Spokane recently surveyed the duties under both the Rules of Professional Conduct and the Superior Court Civ...
At this March 14 CLE, you'll gain interesting and inspirational information, practice tips, and pointers for creating access and opportunity for attorneys and clients.
The WSBA CLE Winter Sale runs March 7–21. Stock up on select on-demand seminars at 50% off!
This month's free Legal Lunchbox CLE will cover methods to address wellness for both you and your client, resulting in better outcomes for all. First, Justice Faith Ireland (Ret.) will show you “How to Powerlift Your Life.” Second, Judge J.
The next Board of Governor's meeting will be held May 19-20 in Yakima, Washington.
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The Moderate Means Program (MMP) is a state-wide program designed to bridge this gap with attorneys who offer reduced-fee assistance in family, housing, and consumer law cases.
Borrow books from our Lending Library to expand your expertise on practice management.