The Washington Family Law Deskbook editors share some thoughts on their long careers, how the practice of family law has changed, and more.
Collaborative divorce is a unique, cooperative alternative to litigation in marital dissolution cases.
What family law lawyers should know about the critical initial hearing that occurs in any family law case.
For people from underrepresented communities, these biases can lead to barriers to entry into the legal profession.
This article covers some of the most notable changes in the law that are germane to all six types of civil protection orders.
Creating an inclusive environment for coworkers and clients
The WSBA Board of Governors proposes a new court rule and adopts new standards to help protect the independence of public defenders.
A look back at the career of Carl Maxey, a legal giant and civil rights champion from the Spokane area.
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.