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Responding to COVID-19

Consistent with public health directives, many upcoming WSBA CLE programs will be offered via webinar or webcast only. Please contact if you have questions about a particular program. We also encourage you to peruse our library of offerings available for on-demand viewing and CLE credit. Finally, access free on-demand and live webinar CLEs for navigating the legal profession during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you.

Consider attending one or both of these free ethics CLEs brought to you by the WSBA

EthicsEthics Booster
In this on-demand program faculty will present on digital security technology and resiliency as it relates to mental health, addiction and stress. If you are curious about these topics or simply in need of a CLE ethics booster this program is for you! (2 Ethics credits)

Rainbow flag road signBeyond the Dialogue from Transphobia to Gender Inclusion in the Practice of Law
In this important on-demand program faculty discuss issues affecting people who are transgender or gender non-conforming within the legal system. The panelists also address how to dismantle transphobia within the practice of law to create an inclusive space for gender diverse legal professionals and clients. (1.25 Ethics credits)

A female attorney at a CLE serminarWSBA CLE, in partnership with the WSBA Sections, hosts a number of conferences throughout the state annually. View our sponsorship opportunities for fiscal year 2020.

Washington Construction Law Deskbook (2019)Washington Construction Law Deskbook (2019)
More than 60 experienced practitioners came together to produce this single-volume ready resource on every facet of construction law. For experienced practitioners in this area and for those who do not regularly address construction law issues, this is the guide to turn to when researching those issues under Washington law.