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.
Mark Fucile writes about three important facets of settlement ethics.
A Write to Counsel column on how to create excellent digital presentations for legal professionals.
Included in this coverage of the ETHOS (Examining the Historical and Organizational Structure of the Bar) process are a Q&A with University of Connecticut School of Law Professor Leslie Levin, a timeline of the history of the regulation of the practice of law in Washington, and two perspectives pieces—one urging the WSBA to retain its current structure, and one calling for structural change.
Get to know WSBA member Judith Shulman.
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 “June 2022 > Discipline & Other Regulatory Notices”
A list of those who passed the Washington February 2022 Lawyer Bar Exam.
Letters to the editor published in the June 2022 issue of Washington State Bar News. Three letters in response to content.