July/Aug. 2021 > Discipline & Other Regulatory Notices

THESE NOTICES OF THE IMPOSITION OF DISCIPLINARY SANCTIONS AND ACTIONS are published pursuant to Rule 3.5(c) of the Washington Supreme Court Rules for Enforcement of Lawyer Conduct. Active links to directory listings, RPC definitions, and documents related to the disciplinary matter can be found at the links below or by looking up the respondent inContinue reading “July/Aug. 2021 > Discipline & Other Regulatory Notices”

President’s Corner > A New House for Our Home

column By Kyle Sciuchetti In the April/May issue of Bar News, I wrote of “A Home of Our Own,” and the response has been fascinating: Members have told me they like the idea of purchasing a building the WSBA would own, or lease from the Washington State Bar Foundation, just as it was envisioned nearly 70Continue reading “President’s Corner > A New House for Our Home”

Treasurer’s Report > A Positive Reforecast and Looking to 2022

COLUMN By Daniel D. Clark We are well and truly into the height of summer, and because financial tomes do not generally rank high on lists of riveting beach reads (unless, of course, you are the WSBA treasurer), I want to provide just a few quick fiscal updates.  Foremost, we are in the midst ofContinue reading “Treasurer’s Report > A Positive Reforecast and Looking to 2022”

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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