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Letters to the editor from the February 2022 issue of Washington State Bar News.
News and information of interest to WSBA members from February 2022.
A Q&A with the WSBA’s Labor and Employment Law Section chair, Tina Aiken. Find out more about the Section, member benefits, and how to join.
Discipline and other regulatory notices printed in the February 2022 issue of Washington State Bar News.
An overview of actions at the WSBA Board of Governors Jan. 13-14, 2022, virtual meeting.
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In 2021, the Washington Legislature adopted an all-new Washington Nonprofit Corporation Act, which took effect Jan. 1, 2022.
Judge Lisa H. Mansfield interviews Washington Supreme Court Justice G. Helen Whitener to talk about justice issues in Washington today.