National Mentorship Month is underway, and the WSBA is rolling out informative workshops, a legal lunchbox, MentorLink Mixers, programs for credit, and more. There’s something for everyone, regardless of your area of practice or years in law. Plan to attend one or more of these events. And, throughout the year, you can use WSBA MentorLink to find a mentorship program that works for you.
Have you seen the latest NWLawyer? Here’s what’s in the December/January issue. Get a quick read on these features.
Have you seen the latest NWLawyer? Here’s what’s in the December/January issue. Get a quick read on these features, or check out the full issue now. Read more
Veterans Day is Nov. 11, and we’d like to take a moment to thank our veterans for their service.
Veterans Day is Nov. 11, and we’d like to take a moment to thank our veterans for their service. If you’d like to show your appreciation for those who served, there are many ways to provide legal assistance to Washington veterans. Read more
Michael Addams is a partner at his Spokane law firm and an Air National Guardsman; he also finds time to serve moderate means clients.
Like most attorneys, Michael Addams wears many hats: principal partner at the Spokane law firm Addams & Leavitt, board member of CASA Partners and Teen Closet, Washington Air National guardsman, WSBA Low Bono Section member, husband and father. In addition, Michael and his firm have incorporated a significant number of moderate means clients into their practice.
WSBA member Emily C. Nelson spoke with Michael about his unique approach, which combines public service law and business management. Read more
One attorney’s Call to Duty pledge equipped her to help veterans through legal matters outside her normal practice area.
The WSBA’s Call to Duty Pledge inspires Washington attorneys to work outside their normal practice areas to serve veterans. Morgan Gabse is one attorney who branched out to meet veterans’ needs. Read more