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17
Nov

What’s in the November 2016 NWLawyer?

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We’re excited to present the November 2016 issue of NWLawyer — our first-ever criminal law issue!

November NWLawyer coverWe’re excited to present the November 2016 issue of NWLawyer — our first-ever criminal law issue! Check out a few of our feature stories below or read the full issue online. Read more »

10
Nov

How You Can Make a Difference this Veterans Day

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Veterans Day is Nov. 11, and we’d like to take a moment to thank our veterans for their service.

Military mom hugging with her child,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 »

4
Nov

Highlights from the 2016 WSBA 50-Year Member Luncheon

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Congratulations to our 71 members who celebrate 50 years of WSBA membership in 2016!

50-year membersCongratulations to our 71 members who celebrate 50 years of WSBA membership in 2016! Read more »

3
Nov

Takeaways from WSBA’s Diversity Panel Discussion on Women, Race and Age

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Read what we took away from WSBA’s panel discussion, “Women, Race and Age: Mitigating Misogyny and Bias in the Legal Profession.”

Smiling women from downward perspectiveIn September, the WSBA hosted a panel entitled “Women, Race and Age: Mitigating Misogyny and Bias in the Legal Profession.” We (Robin Haynes and Linda Fang) were panelists, along with Elaine Edralin Pascua and Onik’a Gilliam. In an effort to continue the conversation, we wanted to share our takeaways from the panel and encourage readers to share their stories in the comments. Read more »

2
Nov

Social Security and the 10-Year Marriage Rule

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Social Security benefits may not be on clients’ minds when getting divorced, but one critical timing mistake could cost them a bundle.

divorceSocial Security retirement benefits may not be the first thing on your clients’ minds when they are getting divorced, especially if they are younger. The right to Social Security benefits is a federal entitlement not affected by state law, and rarely discussed much during divorce. But one critical timing mistake could cost your client a bundle down the road. Read more »