Oct. 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 “Oct. 2021 > Discipline & Other Regulatory Notices”

Oct. 2021 > In Remembrance

This In Remembrance section lists WSBA members by Bar number and date of death. The list is not complete and contains only those notices of which the WSBA has learned through correspondence from members.  Please email notices to wabarnews@wsba.org. 1983-84 WSBA President Robert R. Redman #3644, 9/6/2021 Robert R. Redman was born in Yakima onContinue reading “Oct. 2021 > In Remembrance”

On Board > A Summary of the August 2021 Board of Governors Meeting

Aug. 20-21, 2021 The WSBA Board of Governors determines the Bar’s general policies and approves its annual budget. . . . TOP MEETING TAKEAWAYS New WSBA Leadership. Congratulations to new WSBA Treasurer Bryn Peterson (District 9 governor), who began his term at the start of the new fiscal year in October. Also, District 7-South Governor-ElectContinue reading “On Board > A Summary of the August 2021 Board of Governors Meeting”

President’s Corner > Introducing 2021-22 WSBA President Judge Brian Tollefson (Ret.)

I am excited and proud to work for our members as president of the Washington State Bar Association. I believe this is the first time that a retired Washington state superior court judge is leading this noble organization. This fresh challenge gives me the opportunity to use my collected knowledge and experience to guide theContinue reading “President’s Corner > Introducing 2021-22 WSBA President Judge Brian Tollefson (Ret.)”

Treasurer’s Report > Introducing Your 2021-22 Financial Team

COLUMN By Bryn A. Peterson and Jorge A. Perez Happy fiscal new year! While we may be a few months early according to the traditional calendar, Oct. 1 marks the beginning of the WSBA’s fiscal year, so we want to give you a look at the year ahead. First, allow us to introduce ourselves. HereContinue reading “Treasurer’s Report > Introducing Your 2021-22 Financial Team”

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