Professional Fashion Advice

The Sartorial Lawyer — Part 1: Tips for Men

Spring is here! Fashionably speaking, it is time to put away the heavy winter coats, woolen gloves, and scarves. But how exactly does one dress for spring? And, more importantly, how do attorneys dress for spring? As the stores fill up with varying shades of mauve, periwinkle, and pastels, what should you wear? Have no […]

Read More…

What is NLE, anyway?

Learn more about the New Lawyer Education Program with Attorney Vincent Humphrey. New Lawyer Education originated with a Supreme Court mandate in 2006 (see APRs 5 and 18), which requires all attorneys new to practice in Washington to complete a minimum of four hours of free education prior to their admission to the bar (PREP). […]

Read More…
Professional Fashion Advice

The Sartorial Lawyer — Part 2: Tips for Women

Spring is finally here, and with it comes the annual challenge of dressing appropriately in warmer weather. Part 1 of our series focused on wardrobe tips for men, so today we’ll focus on women’s fashion. If you have your own advice (or horror stories), share them in the comments! 1) Scarves, scarves, scarves Most women do […]

Read More…

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 […]

Read More…