The latest issue of NWLawyer takes a deep dive into "deepfakes" and how the proliferation of fake videos is affecting the reliability of evidence in trial. It's one of several emerging legal tech issues we explore.
Congratulations to the 457 people who passed the summer bar exams for lawyers, limited practice officers, and limited license legal technicians.
Join us on the 2019 WSBA Listening Tour. WSBA President Bill Pickett and Interim Executive Director Terra Nevitt are hitting the road to meet and greet bar members across the state.
We celebrated our three latest Local Heroes in Richland on July 26. Attorneys Asa LaMusga of Richland and Leland B. Kerr and Patricia Chvatal of Tri-Cities were honored for their contributions to their communities and the legal profession.
Celebrate your colleagues at the annual APEX Awards Dinner in Seattle on Sept. 26.
This all-day seminar focuses on ethics issues that arise in civil litigation and provides opportunities for interaction to discuss current ethics concerns that lawyers may face.
Are you interested in intellectual property but haven't had the time to take formal IP courses?
The Weekly Job Group offers strategy and support to unemployed or dissatisfied attorneys. This fall's Group begins Sept. 5 and meets on seven consecutive Thursdays.
September's Legal Lunchbox is a free workshop for building collaborative relationships and creating an atmosphere of successful collaboration among people of different generations with differing values.
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Facing a legal issue and don't know where to turn? Start here. Your options might surprise you.
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.
Are you a lawyer and want to help update and improve the bar exam? Then take about 20 minutes to respond to the Practice Analysis Survey.
In a case of first impression in Washington, the Supreme Court held that former in-house counsel can sue their employers for wrongful discharge. Karstetter v. ...
Technology is exciting and inspiring, but for legal professionals it's also daunting. How does a modern lawyer navigate ethically sticky and existentially biza...
In a world where major law firms bring wide-ranging expertise and understanding of industry-specific challenges there are still techniques for lawyers looking ...
There is no shortage of alarming statistics when it comes to opioids. More people died from opioid overdoses in 2017, two per day, in Washington than in traffi...