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June 26, 2015

Friday 5: Reasons to Send Your “Beyond the Bar Number” to NWLawyer

by WSBA
Why you should send in your “Beyond the Bar Number” profile to be featured in an issue of NWLawyer.

Beyond the Bar Number articleAt the back of NWLawyer, the WSBA’s magazine, you’ll find a feature called “Beyond the Bar Number.” In every issue, we talk to a member like you and learn a little about your personal story. If you haven’t sent in your profile yet, here are five reasons to give it a try.

  • It’s easy: You choose the questions you want to answer from our list — about your career in the law, who and what matters to you, or your most memorable experiences.
  • You can submit it online: Email nwlawyer@wsba.org for a copy of the questionnaire, fill it out, and send it back along with a high-resolution photo or two of yourself (with your family, friends, pets, or doing a favorite activity).
  • Share what you’ve learned about the law with your colleagues: Whether it’s important life lessons, clients who have changed your perspective, or the role models who inspired you to practice law, this is a great way to share your unique insights.
  • Represent your practice area, section, or cultural background: WSBA members are a diverse bunch representing many practice areas, cultural backgrounds and career paths. Big firms or solos, government lawyers and JAGs, and even attorneys working outside the traditional legal field — we want to hear from you.
  • You’ll be in good company: Recently, we’ve featured Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, City of Spokane Assistant Public Defender Francis Adewale, and North Seattle lawyer Stacey Romberg. You could be next!

To find out more, email nwlawyer@wsba.org.

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