This In Remembrance section lists WSBA members by Bar number and date of death. The list is not complete and contains only those notices of which the WSBA has learned through correspondence from members. When available, obituaries are linked below. Please email notices and requests to link obituaries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Phillip Aaron, #6464, 11/15/2021 Sergio Armijo,Continue reading “June 2022 > In Remembrance”
News and information of interest to WSBA members from June 2022.
A note from WSBA Treasurer Bryn Peterson, providing a report on the WSBA finances and FY 2022 budget reforecast.
A note from WSBA Executive Director Terra Nevitt, on the future of the structure of the Washington State Bar Association.
A column from WSBA President Brian Tollefson on ageism, free expression, and more.
A Q&A with the WSBA’s LGBT Law Section chair, Peder T. Punsalan-Teigen. Find out more about the Section, member benefits, and how to join.
Annually, the WSBA publishes a report on the discipline system
This article summarizes two main types of generative models and explores the legal challenges posed by machine inventors and authors.
Legal professionals are uniquely situated to step up and support youth in the foster care system and help them to overcome barriers they may face.
Until recently, the history of many Washington Supreme Court portraits—how they were acquired and even who they depicted—was lost.