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31
Dec

MCLE: What Do You Think?

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Share your thoughts on the proposed rewrite of APR 11.

Group of people standing outside Mandatory Continuing Legal Education, or MCLE, can be a controversial issue amongst members of the Bar, as was discovered by a recent task force appointed by the

Board of Governors to study the topic.

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29
Dec

The Top 10 NWSidebar Posts of 2014

As the year’s end approaches, a look at our top 10 most popular posts from 2014.

We covered a wide variety of topics on the blog this year, from courthouse support dogs to starting a marijuana law practice. Here are our top 10 most popular posts written in 2014. If you missed them the first time around, check them out now!

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24
Dec

WSBA Staff Raises Over $6,700 in 2014 Charity Auction

WSBA’s annual auction raises money for local charities.

The annual WSBA holiday charity auction took place last week, featuring plenty of homemade treats for holiday celebrations. Each year, WSBA employees use their talents to bake, craft, and create items for both live and silent auctions. All donations benefit a charity chosen by the staff.

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25
Nov

Immigration Reform Implications for High-tech Workers and Entrepreneurs

Green card and gavel on flag
Immigration reform takeaways for high-tech workers and entrepreneurs.

Green card and gavel on flag

The actions announced by President Obama on Nov. 20 will affect not only millions of undocumented individuals but also many American businesses, foreign national employees and their families, and certain highly skilled innovators.

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21
Nov

Friday 5: Implications of Obama’s Immigration Executive Action

Citizens being sworn in at a courthouse
In light of the president’s executive action, immigrant families have new options.

Citizens being sworn in at a courthouse

Yesterday was a big, big deal in immigration law. Whether you view the president’s announcement as executive tyranny or — as I do — a long-overdue reprieve, here are some of the core implications for families.

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