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April 5, 2013

WSBA Asks for 5 Minutes of Your Time + GIVEAWAY!

by WSBA
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Take the WSBA-CLE survey and enter to win a single-day WSBA-CLE seminar of your choice!

survey*Survey has ended. 

Why would you take the time to respond to a survey? Good question.

You receive them after you shop at Nordstrom’s, after you’ve eaten at McDonald’s, and even after you’ve visited your dentist. So why would you take the time to respond to a survey from WSBA today? Simple. WSBA’s goal is to deliver Continuing Legal Education opportunities that are of value to members, and we need your feedback to ensure we’re on the right track.

We know that there are many CLE providers in Washington for you to choose from. We want to know why you choose us, your state bar.

WSBA’s CLE programs are not supported by license fees. To sustain them, we must provide the highest quality, innovative continuing legal education programs and products that promote learning, enhance skills, and inspire superior standards of practice.

Please consider taking the time to give us your valuable input. We promise, the survey is short and will take about 5 minutes. The survey will be live through April 22, so schedule 5 minutes when you can and share your opinions.

By completing the survey you will have the option of entering into a drawing for one free, single-day WSBA-CLE seminar of your choice during 2013!

If you have questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact us at cle@wsba.org.

*Survey has ended.

Thanks!

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