Volunteering with WSBA
Volunteers are vital to the work of the WSBA and the legal community. Year after year, WSBA members and members of the public and staff work together to further the mission of the Bar: to serve the public and the members, ensure the integrity of the legal profession and to champion justice.
Volunteers provide important skills, experiences, and perspectives necessary to steer the organization.
WSBA Celebrates National Volunteer Week! April 18-24
In honor of National Volunteer Week, the WSBA would like to express it's appreciation for the over 1,000 volunteers who work earnestly throughout the year to further the mission of the WSBA. This includes members of our committees, boards, panels, council, section executive committees and foundation trustees. These members make a multi-year commitment of time and skill toward important and impactful work. Additionally, CLE faculty, Bar News and NWSidebar contributors share their insights, experiences, and talents time and time again. Thank you!
Check out NWSidebar featuring some of WSBA's dedicated volunteers!
National Volunteer Week was established in 1974 and grows exponentially each year. National Volunteer Week is celebrated around the country with thousands of volunteer projects and special events scheduled. It is an opportunity to honor the impact of all those who do good in our communities, and inspire others to make a difference and improve the world. (Source: Points of Light) For questions about volunteering with WSBA, please contact Volunteer Engagement Advisor, Paris Eriksen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The WSBA Volunteer Application is Now Closed
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Take this Fun Quiz: Which Type of Legal Volunteer Are You?
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Serve on a Committee, Board or Section Executive Committee
Serve as a WSBA Representative to Another Organization
Provide Legal Services to the Public
- Assist veterans through the Call to Duty program.
- Join the reduced-fee Moderate Means panel.
- Provide pro bono help to your community.
Educate Legal Professionals
Write for WSBA
Help Regulate the Legal Profession
Volunteer Opportunities for the Public
Not a legal practitioner? We need you too! Learn how you can get involved with the legal community by volunteering at WSBA.
Volunteer Interest Form
Complete the Volunteer Interest Form and a member of WSBA staff will reach out to you regarding opportunities that may suit your skills, interests and professional goals. This form is not the volunteer application.