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.
The Racial Justice Consortium is one response to the Supreme Court’s invitation to take specific and concrete steps to eradicate racism.
A note from WSBA Executive Director Terra Nevitt, on WSBA member wellness, mental health, and more.
Several significant policy measures passed this year.
A Q&A with Korean American Bar Association Immediate Past-President Ron Park.
The duty to report professional misconduct is not new. In this column, we’ll look at two aspects of the duty to report professional misconduct under Washington’s RPC 8.3.
Summaries of significant cases decided by the Washington Supreme Court in early 2022.
A note from WSBA Treasurer Bryn Peterson, providing a mid-year update on the 2022 WSBA finances and budget reforecast.