In the June issue of Washington State Bar News, we get acquainted with Washington's new Supreme Court Chief Justice Steven C. Gonzalez and take a look at the direction of the state's highest court.
Read WSBA's new Reopening Guide for Washington State Law Offices.
Now available: results from a member survey conducted by the External and Internal WSBA Coronavirus Response Task Forces.
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Like most workplaces, law firms faced an unprecedented situation in 2020 that has continued into 2021. First, they had to implement a system for lawyers to wor...
As someone with a fortuitous front-row-seat to what my client, UFO researcher Grant Cameron, has called the greatest UFO â€œSuper Bowlâ€ event of all time, my...
On Feb. 25, the Washington Supreme Court struck down the state's main drug possession crime in a case called State v. Blake. The ruling meant there was no stat...
Anxieties were running higher than normal ahead of the winter 2021 Washington State Bar Exam that for the first time in the state was conducted remotely. Howev...
Division I of the Washington Court of Appeals recently refused to enforce a fee-sharing agreement between two plaintiffs' lawyers because the arrangement had n...
The next Board of Governors Executive Committee meeting will be held June 28, 2021.
This program, taught in conjunction with the Washington Foundation of Criminal Justice, is meant to help the practitioner better understand this incredibly complex and challenging field and to provide you with some of the basic tools for a competent and thorough defense of your client.
For June's free Legal Lunchbox webinar, we'll discuss structural racism and strategies to create a more equity-minded organization and justice system. Join us lunchtime June 29.
The Board of Governors Nominations Committee is meeting July 20 via Zoom.
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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.
Borrow books from our Lending Library to expand your expertise on practice management.