Friday 5: New WSBA Leaders on Deck

Meet the new WSBA leaders that will be sworn-in in September. The district elections for the Board of Governors are now over, says she-who-managed-the-process with a sigh of relief. Rest assured that every ballot was counted, and no chads were hung. Here’s a little information about our three new governors, plus a reminder about WSBA’s […]

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Behind the Scenes: WSBA’s Character & Fitness Board

Learn how the WSBA Character and Fitness Board protects the public and the practice of law. Apply to serve by 3/29. The role of the WSBA’s Character and Fitness Board, which is seeking new members from Districts 1 and 3, is to protect the public by making sure WSBA applicants are of good moral character […]

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Seeking New and Young Lawyers

Are you under 36 or in your first 5 years of practice? Apply by 3/29 to serve on the Young Lawyers Committee. Eighteen WSBA members from around the state meet regularly to figure out how they, and the WSBA as a whole, can meet the needs of lawyers who are in their first 5 years […]

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Meet the candidates running for the BOG

Watch video of the candidates from District 2, 9, & 10. Voting is now open! If you reside in District 2, 9 or 10 we encourage you to take the time to vote for one of the candidates in your district vying for a position on the WSBA Board of Directors. This year, for the […]

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Friday 5: What Do You Know About WSBA’s Committees?

Learn more about WSBA’s committees, boards, and panels. Apply by March 29! Friday seems like a good day for a pub quiz. See how much you know – or can reasonably guess – about WSBA’s volunteer committees and boards. Then learn more about them on our website and apply for one in myWSBA. (The deadline […]

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Friday 5: Resources For New Attorneys

New attorneys: Check out these resources to help get your legal career off to a great start! Last week WSBA announced that 247 candidates passed the Washington State Bar exam. With (potentially) 247 new attorneys joining the Washington legal community (and many more lawyers in the first years of practice), we’d like to take the […]

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