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6
Jul

WSBA’s 125th Anniversary Event

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See the slideshow from the WSBA’s 125th Anniversary Event.

See the slideshow from the WSBA’s 125th Anniversary Event
On June 26, 2015, the WSBA presented “Washington State Bar Association: 125 Years and Counting,” celebrating the state Bar’s past, present and future. Members of Washington’s legal community, including Supreme Court Justice Mary Yu and deans from the state’s three law schools, gave presentations and panel discussions on a variety of timely topics. Read more »

10
Jun

Amendments to the Rules of Professional Conduct – Your Comments Are Needed

 

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Give us your feedback on the proposed RPC amendments.

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Washington state is making national news with the introduction of Limited License Legal Technicians. Washington will be the first U.S. jurisdiction to license legal technicians, but a number of states are already studying Washington’s model for possible adoption. Legal technicians are authorized to provide legal advice within the limited scope described in Regulation 2 of the APR 28 Appendix. Read more »

8
Jun

What’s in the June 2015 Issue of NWLawyer

 

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Get a preview of the featured articles in the June 2015 issue of NWLawyer.

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If your mail seems a little heavier than usual, there’s a reason: the June 2015 NWLawyer is our biggest single issue ever, at a whopping 80 pages! So what will you find inside this issue? Read more »

29
May

You’re a Hero, Toby Piering

Recognizing a hero in Washington’s legal community.

Toby PieringWhen I was on the WSBA Board of Governors, the WSBA president would give out Local Hero Awards to lawyers around the state. I always thought the name of the award was kind of cheesy, but each time I heard the story of what the lawyer had done in his or her community, I would leave the meeting freshly inspired.
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30
Apr

Obama Issues Law Day Proclamation Honoring Magna Carta’s 800th Anniversary

President Obama marks the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta on May 1, Law Day.

Today, President Obama issued a proclamation declaring May 1 as Law Day. In it, he honors this year’s Magna Carta theme.

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