The latest issue of NWLawyer takes a deep dive into how the Character and Fitness Board and the Supreme Court determine who's fit to practice law.
Read Seattle attorney Shanna Lisberg blog analyzing SCOTUS's decision to send the Upper Skagit Indian Tribe's land rights case back to the Washington Supreme Court.
Congratulations to our latest Professionalism in Practice award recipient, Kitsap County Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Kelly Montgomery.
Congratulations to WSBA members Lisa Lowe and David Nelson. They're our latest Local Heroes, pictured here with WSBA President Bill Pickett.
Newly blogged on NWSidebar: Help has arrived for health care providers who are fed up with the burdens and delays of credentialing with multiple health carriers in the state of Washington.
Got something to bark about? Blog it on NWSidebar.
Young Lawyer Liaison Jordan Couch talks about his time representing new and young lawyers on WSBA's Solo and Small Firm Practice Section and why anyone new to the law should consider being a young lawyers liaison to a section.
The next free Legal Lunchbox™ webcast CLE on July 31 explains how the Rules of Professional Conduct inform your decisions on negotiation tactics and strategy.
Join the WSBA Litigation Section Aug. 10 for a full-day CLE seminar on the most effective use of evidence before and during trail.
The District and Municipal Court Judges Association (DMCJA) and WSBA are pleased to offer training for attorneys interested in being judges pro tempore.
Help the Bar Foundation fill the gaps in the legal system. Make a donation today.
Facing a legal issue and don't know where to turn? Start here. Your options might surprise you.
See who passed the 2018 winter bar exam for lawyers
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.