Check out the latest issue of Bar News to meet the esteemed recipients of WSBA's 2023 APEX Awards. Also, read a compelling account by Schroeter, Goldmark & Bender attorney Peter O’Neil on his later-in-life autism diagnosis.
Join us on the 2023 WSBA Listening Tour. WSBA President-Elect Hunter Abell and Executive Director Terra Nevitt are hitting the road to meet and greet Bar members in Lake Stevens, Seattle, Port Orchard, Walla Walla, Richland, and Moses Lake.
Registration is open for the 2023 Access to Justice Conference: Shifting Justice Towards Accountability and Trust Sept. 28-30 at the Tacoma Convention Center.
Spokane attorney Jenaé Ball recently was honored with WSBA's Local Hero award in recognition of her outstanding leadership and service to the Spokane legal community.
KV, a lanky 15-year-old boy, appeared in the doorframe of YouthCare shelter's meeting room. He saw a jar of candies and methodically picked through to find the...
Providing estate planning and end-of-life services to an ailing parent generation, within a culture that does not have tools in place to easily do so, is going...
Career is a vital part of our lives, and our day-to-day actions at work have resounding consequences on our personal and professional relationships, as well as...
The federal district court in Seattle recently issued a rare decision disqualifying in-house counsel from participating in a case that involved the lawyer's co...
The 2023 Member Demographic Study will be used to inform how to improve the legal profession in Washington, including how to better support underrepresented an...
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