In the February issue of NWLawyer, a psychiatrist and a lawyer analyze a case in which the state Supreme Court ruled a psychiatrist could be liable for homicides committed by a patient.
New this year, all of WSBA’s 29 Sections will hold executive-committee member elections at approximately the same time, beginning March 1.
Say hello to our newest Local Heroes, Phyllis Jean Barney and Larry Jefferson.
Join us March 21 for the next public conversation in our Decoding the Law series ― Sexual Assault: How is #MeToo transforming the workplace?
Happy Women's History Month! Check out all the events WSBA is hosting in March to celebrate the contributions of women to our profession and society.
The Supreme Court recently approved Rules of Professional Conduct amendments addressing imputed conflicts for public defenders. Read it on our blog, NWSidebar.
IBM is suing Microsoft for hiring its former chief diversity officer. It’s a move that has some employment lawyers puzzled. Read it on our blog, NWSidebar.
Read the winning entry in the WSBA Business Law Section’s Green Writing Contest for law school students.
The next MentorLink Mixer: Women in Leadership in Spokane at noon on March 29.
Join the WSBA for a free CLE seminar, Capacity or Lack Thereof: Diminished Capacity & Guardianship Updates, and information about our Moderate Means Program.
In honor of Women’s History Month, the March Legal Lunchbox free webinar CLE will discuss the evolution of the legal word in the #MeToo era.
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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.
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See who passed the October 2017 Limited Practice Officer exam.