The latest issue of NWLawyer welcomes our new governors and features a Q&A with WSBA President Bill Pickett.
The biggest issue most people deal with is figuring out how to incorporate pro bono legal service into an already busy schedule. My advice is to adopt the right perspective. One person’s obligation is another’s escape.
473 candidates pass the 2018 Summer Bar Exam.
Defendants in qui tam lawsuits—in which a whistleblower accuses someone, usually a corporation, of fraud against the government—often don’t realize they’ve been targeted until months, or sometimes years, past the original filing date.
Jennifer Brown, a compliance specialist on Amazon’s legal team, first started working with IPNW when the nonprofit contacted Amazon about doing a “Freedom Friday Clinic.”
Meet the latest class of WSBA's student representatives at Washington's three law schools.
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Attention newcomers to housing law! Learn the basics of defending pro bono clients in eviction matters October's free Legal Lunchbox webinar.
Hate speech on college campuses, in social media and public spaces, and by employees are raising critical questions about the legal limits of free speech.
In partnership with the Government Lawyers Bar Association of Washington and Thurston County Bar Association, this MentorLink Mixer focuses on opportunities and insights for members pursuing legal careers in the government.
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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.