In the September issue of Bar News, we check in with a few law firm administrators to ask how returning to the office is working for them. And we take an early peak at a proposed Legal Regulatory Sandbox as an incubator for innovative business models.
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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The next Board of Governors meeting will be held Sept. 23-24 at the Vancouver Hilton in Vancouver, Washington. Also available via Zoom and teleconference.
The Criminal Justice Institute on Oct. 7 and 8 is a professional development program that is open to defense, prosecution, law enforcement and judges.
A top-notch panel of experienced attorneys will engage you in ethics and risk management issues Sept. 22 for the 23rd Annual Ethics, Professionalism, and Civility Workshop.
For this Oct. 1 CLE, 0ur faculty will provide an overview of Washington’s worker compensation system and go over several hot button topics in current worker compensation law, including work-from-home injuries and new presumption laws regarding pandemics.
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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.
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