The Bar in Brief > Where Are We Headed in 2022 … and Beyond?

The Listening Tour is one way we shape the journey COLUMN > A Note From the WSBA Executive Director BY TERRA NEVITT Happy New Year! As we welcome 2022, the WSBA is embarking on a journey, and I invite you to come along. Grab your bag. Let’s go! With the exception of a few carefreeContinue reading “The Bar in Brief > Where Are We Headed in 2022 … and Beyond?”

The Bar in Brief > Black History Month: What is Our Pathway Forward?

We all own the work of dismantling systemic racism COLUMN > A Note From the WSBA Executive Director BY TERRA NEVITT Another year begins deeply impacted by COVID-19. This month, as we honor the achievements and contributions of Black Americans, this junction between the pandemic and Black History Month feels particularly important. COVID-19 has harmedContinue reading “The Bar in Brief > Black History Month: What is Our Pathway Forward?”

The Bar in Brief > A Deeper Look at Our State’s ‘Legal Deserts’

COLUMN > A Note From the WSBA Executive Director BY TERRA NEVITT . . . My dad is an optometrist in Raymond (population 2,963). He’s the only one in Raymond. In fact, he’s the only one for 30 to 50 miles in any direction. We moved to Raymond when I was 3. My dad finishedContinue reading “The Bar in Brief > A Deeper Look at Our State’s ‘Legal Deserts’”

Bar in Brief > The Golden Rule of Rule-Making: Your Input is Welcome and Important

COLUMN > A Note From the WSBA Executive Director BY TERRA NEVITT . . . Should bias-mitigation CLEs be mandatory for legal professionals?11 On June 4, the Washington Supreme Court adopted the suggested amendment to APR 11 that will require licensed legal professionals to earn one MCLE ethics credit in the category of equity, inclusion,Continue reading “Bar in Brief > The Golden Rule of Rule-Making: Your Input is Welcome and Important”

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