The latest issue of NWLawyer takes a deep dive into the case that struck down the death penalty in Washington.
Opioid-related deaths doubled in our state 2010-2015. Then the state passed a bill requiring health boards to create new rules to curtail unnecessary prescriptions and dosages. What else is the state doing about the opioid crisis?
At the Board of Governors meeting in Yakima on May 16, the board elected sitting Governor Kyle Sciuchetti (3rd District) to be the next President-Elect of the Washington State Bar Association. Congratulations Kyle!
Join us on the 2019 WSBA Listening Tour. WSBA President Bill Pickett and Interim Executive Director Terra Nevitt are hitting the road to meet and greet bar members across the state.
Congratulations to our six Yakima-area Local Heroes: Jeanie R. Tolcacher, Judge Ruth Reukauf, David Thorner, Richard Johnson, Teresita Del Carmen Varela (not pictured), and Blaine Tamaki (not pictured).
Congratulations to Hunter Abell, whom the WSBA Board of Governors elected to be our 2019-2022 Governor At-Large.
Newly elected to represent District 1 on the Board of Governors, Sunitha Anjilvel was sworn in May 16 by Yakima County Superior Court Judge David Elofson at the board's meeting in Yakima.
Got something to bark about? Blog it on NWSidebar.
Celebrate your colleagues at the annual APEX Awards Dinner in Seattle on Sept. 26.
The 20th Access to Justice Conference aims to generate innovative strategies and partnerships that can advance our collective work toward creating a more fair, just, and inclusive community. The conference theme is “Amplifying the Power of Community.”
WSBA members receive 10% off prepaid services from Constant Contact, an email-marketing platform. Join this webinar to learn about marketing and website support through Constant Contact.
The next regular meeting of the Board of Governors will be held May 16-17 at Hilton Garden Inn in Yakima.
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Facing a legal issue and don't know where to turn? Start here. Your options might surprise you.
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.