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July 13, 2015

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What’s in the July/August 2015 NWLawyer?

by WSBA
Cover of the July/August double issue of NWLawyer, depicting an illustration of a machine that turns coal into diamonds.
“Transitions” is the focus of a special double issue of the July/August NWLawyer, available now on the WSBA homepage.

Cover of the July/August double issue of NWLawyer, depicting an illustration of a machine that turns coal into diamonds.“Transitions” is the focus of a special double issue of the July/August NWLawyer, available now on the WSBA homepage.


The July/August 2015 NWLawyer is our special “Transitions” issue. This 80-page double issue is packed with stories about attorneys like you facing many types of transitions — geographical, practice area, career growth or retirement. Check out some of our feature stories below or read the full issue online.

Headed out of town this summer? Take NWLawyer with you! Now you can download complete issues as PDFs and read them on your phone or tablet.

 

Take a peak at what’s inside the latest issue:

From Tribal to Superior Court: Transitioning from One Court System to Another Brings Surprises and Challenges

Movin’ on Up: Transitioning from Associate to Partner

Early Retirement: Things to Consider when Transitioning to Your Golden Years

Transitioning Into Greater Gender Diversity

The Sunny Side of the House: One Attorney’s Journey from Public to Private Practice

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  1. isitgoodlaw
    Aug 16 2015

    “Transitions” was a well written piece. Pleased to have read such insightful material.

    Reply

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