In the latest issue of Washington State Bar News, we try to shed more light on the state of the legal profession in rural Washington. The November issue features a variety of profiles on rural practitioners, focusing on three law practices in Dayton, South Bend, and Colville.
The Bar recently presented Annalise Martucci of Skagit County and Ana Cecilia “Ceci” Lopez of Whatcom with Local Hero Awards in recognition of their professionalism and service to their communities.
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The federal district court in Seattle recently issued a pointed reminder on disqualification motions: move promptly or risk waiver. Olson Kundig, Inc. v. 12th ...
Division I of the Washington Court of Appeals in Seattle recently discussed the professional judgment rule in Dang v. Floyd, Pflueger & Ringer, PS, Wn. App.2d,...
Afew minutes after entering the offices of McGrane & Schuerman, PLLC, it occurs to me that Alison McGrane has barely sat down. Even on her first day back at wo...
It's a brisk Tuesday morning in South Bend and the big case on the morning docket at Pacific County North District Court is a charge against four defendants fo...
If you ignore the weekly migraines, the debt, the stupidly high cost of living, and the fact that he barely saw his family, you could say that Ryan Ortuno had ...
The next Board of Governors meeting is Saturday Nov. 5 at Hotel Bellewether in Bellingham.
This free Legal Lunchbox seminar will focus on certain self-management tools that can help lawyers improve professional relationships, calmly navigate tense confrontation, and achieve better results with less emotional strain on their personal life.
How are your legal research chops these days? Need an update? This CLE on Dec. 6 might be just the right refresher for you.
Join us Dec. 1 for the biennial Corporate Counsel Ethics Institute. Learn about timely ethical issues and hearing interesting hypotheticals that you can put into practice. Included will be issues related to cyber ethics, internal investigations, pro-bono business cases and partnering with teams based outside of the U.S.
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The Moderate Means Program (MMP) is a state-wide program designed to bridge this gap with attorneys who offer reduced-fee assistance in family, housing, and consumer law cases.
Borrow books from our Lending Library to expand your expertise on practice management.