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Statewide Electronic Filing is on the Way to Washington Courts

The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) will soon begin rolling out a new electronic system for case management and electronic filing (e-filing) for Washington’s district and municipal courts and probation offices. The AOC is trying to spread the word about the e-filing component of its Courts of Limited Jurisdiction Case Management System (CLJ-CMS) project, also known as Odyssey File & Serve (OFS).

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Cover of May 2019 NWLawyer

The Case That Struck Down the Death Penalty

Allen Gregory was going to be put to death for aggravated murder—yet more than 20 years after the crime, Gregory’s appeal to the Washington Supreme Court resulted in an unprecedented court-ordered analysis of death penalty cases and, ultimately, the end of capital punishment in the state. The new issue of NWLawyer takes a long look […]

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Averting the “Fiscal Cliff”: Implications for Healthcare Policy

Attorney and Health Law Section member John Pierce outlines the healthcare policy changes included in ATRA. The American Taxpayer Relief Act (ATRA), passed in the first week of January to prevent the nation going over the “fiscal cliff” (the set of tax increases and spending cuts that would otherwise have automatically become effective), includes several […]

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