President’s Corner > Déjà vu All Over Again?* Looking at Your Bar’s Structure

BY JUDGE BRIAN TOLLEFSON (RET.) As you might know, your Bar Association has several very distinct functions. Some functions are categorized as “regulatory/mandatory” and deal with bar activities such as bar licensure, admissions, trust account andContinue reading “President’s Corner > Déjà vu All Over Again?* Looking at Your Bar’s Structure”

Treasurer’s Report > Fiscal Year 2022: New Challenges and Continued Focus

COLUMN BY BRYN A. PETERSON Happy 2022—a new year with fresh possibilities. Personally, I hope that COVID-19 goes from being a pandemic to an endemic in 2022. The last two years have been challenging for all of us and some good news regarding COVID-19 would be a very welcome turn of events. While 2021 hadContinue reading “Treasurer’s Report > Fiscal Year 2022: New Challenges and Continued Focus”

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?”

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