Updated: May 10, 2024


The Washington State Bar Association is committed to full access and participation by people with disabilities. Our website is optimized for broad readability and usability, using accessibility criteria and features that enable people with disabilities to effectively access and navigate the site.

The website and web pages are compliant with accessibility standards, best practices and recommendations. However, the site may contain links to third-party websites and features that may not be in compliance with these accessibility guidelines. If a disability limits your access to content on this website, or if you have questions or suggestions about accessibility or technology used, please email our Service Center at questions@wsba.org.

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

This website was designed with style sheets that allow a consistent, uniform appearance of headings and body text. This design feature also enables some browsers to override the style sheets with their own, thus providing content that is easier viewed by those who have visual impairments.

Color Contrast

The background and foreground colors on our Web pages provide sufficient contrast to be viewable by someone having color deficits.

Screen Readers

WSBA.org has been tested for accessibility and works well with common screen readers like JAWS, Windows-Eyes, NVDA, ZoomText, and Voiceover. When using Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, or Apple Safari, it work best with JAWS, Window-Eyes, NVDA, ZoomText, or Voiceover (for MAC). When using Microsoft Internet Explorer, it  works best with JAWS, Window-Eyes, or ZoomText.