In the latest issue of NWLawyer we learn about the "long, hard fight" of Lem Howell, who spent 50 years holding police accountable and fighting for victims of cops who wrongfully used deadly force. We also enjoy a chat with Washington's new Chief Justice Debra L. Stephens.
It's the perfect time to join a WSBA section! Learn about our 29 practice-area sections to find out which is right for you.
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Consecutive years of unqualified reports reflect confidence in WSBA’s financial integrity.
Jonathan Ko dives into the USDOT's recently proposed changes to regulations for service animals on commercial flights. Spoiler: pigs actually wouldn't fly.
WSBA recently awarded two top pro bono reporters: Benjamin Flick and Heather Kirkwood. In this blog, we look at how Kirkwood reported a full-time job's worth o...
Ethics Guru Mark Fucile examines a recent Supreme Court ruling that an elected prosecutor's entire office is disqualified to litigate in cases the prosecutor t...
For years, agencies calling for sensible Public Records Act reform have remarked that change would not come until the state's lawmakers were also subject to th...
Join us for the 40th Annual Northwest Securities Institute on March 6 to get essential updates from our region’s state regulatory agencies, along with the latest from the SEC on enforcement and corporation finance.
join us for a half-day program covering topics related to the history of women’s suffrage, current challenges with access to voting, and a historical perspective of women in leadership on March 3.
Candidates for Board positions in the 3rd, 6th, and 7th-North districts will answer questions on a variety of topics.
The Access to Justice Board and Washington State Bar Association invite you to gather with the Wenatchee equity and justice community.
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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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