Did You Know You Can Get CLE Credit For Doing Pro Bono Work?

Jason Wax

By Jason Edward Wax

As a practicing attorney, you have a lot of demands on your time. In addition to meeting your billable hour requirement, running your practice, serving on boards and committees, and trying to keep up with family life, you have to attend continuing legal education courses (CLEs), and you probably do . . . → Read More: Did You Know You Can Get CLE Credit For Doing Pro Bono Work?

Seattle Pro Bono Fair 2013

pro bono log

 

Wednesday, October 23, 2013 4:30 – 6:00 p.m. Davis Wright Tremaine 1201 Third Avenue, Suite 2200, Seattle, WA 98101

To: Law Firm Lawyers, Law Students, Solo Practitioners, and In-house Lawyers:

Please join us for an opportunity to connect with local legal service providers and learn about pro bono opportunities to serve your community.

. . . → Read More: Seattle Pro Bono Fair 2013

Volunteer Attorney Opportunity with Mentoring

volunteer attorney

 

The Kinship Care Solutions Project is looking for volunteer attorneys. Over 32,000 children in the state of Washington are living with relatives other than their parents. Many factors exist for why children in increasing numbers are in kinship care. These factors include abuse and neglect by the parent, incarceration, substance abuse, mental or . . . → Read More: Volunteer Attorney Opportunity with Mentoring

Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program Training

veterans consortium

The Veteran’s Consortium will be holding an all-day training in Seattle on Friday, May 17 for lawyers interested in representing veterans in their claims for veterans benefits. This training is free in exchange for handling one appeal pro bono.

The training will be in Davis Wright Tremaine’s Seattle office in the large 22nd floor conference . . . → Read More: Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program Training

“Focus on Family Law” Training: Overview of the Domestic Violence Prevention Act

CLE Training

This training is open to current KCBA Pro Bono Services Volunteers only.

Here’s a free no-hassle opportunity to learn useful practice tips from experienced practitioners on focused family law topics. These trainings are designed with the new/newer attorney in mind and go beyond the initial trainings covered by the family law pro bono programs.

Date: . . . → Read More: “Focus on Family Law” Training: Overview of the Domestic Violence Prevention Act

“Focus on Family Law” Training: Dependency 101

CLE

This training is open to current KCBA Pro Bono Services Volunteers only.

Here’s a free no-hassle opportunity to learn useful practice tips from experienced practitioners on focused family law topics. These trainings are designed with the new/newer attorney in mind and go beyond the initial trainings covered by the family law pro bono programs.

Date: . . . → Read More: “Focus on Family Law” Training: Dependency 101

Friday is the Last Day to Register: KCBA Volunteer CLE Training – More Than Just A Legal Issue

CLE

Friday – September 14th – Last Day to Register!!!

Register – for the More Than Just a Legal Issue CLE

Ethical and Practical Considerations of Working with Diverse Clients

 

September 17, 2012, 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM

5.5 General and 1 Ethics Credits APPROVED

 

Hosted by Perkins Coie

1201 3rd Avenue, Ste . . . → Read More: Friday is the Last Day to Register: KCBA Volunteer CLE Training – More Than Just A Legal Issue

Register for the More Than Just a Legal Issue CLE

More Than Just a Legal Issue CLE

Ethical and Practical Considerations of Working with Diverse Clients

September 17, 2012, 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM

5.5 General and 1 Ethics Credits Pending

This CLE is for current volunteers of KCBA Pro Bono Services Program

Register here: https://www.kcba.org/secure/registrations/pbsregistration-nlc.aspx

 

To view the agenda click here: https://www.kcba.org/pbs/pdf/MTJALI.pdf

. . . → Read More: Register for the More Than Just a Legal Issue CLE

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project – Community Legal Workshops

The Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) will put on a series of community legal workshops related to the DREAMer deferred action program. As part of those efforts, we are asking for volunteers to join us in sharing this information.

NWIRP will be holding a training on Tuesday, August 21st from 5-7p at Davis Wright Tremaine . . . → Read More: Northwest Immigrant Rights Project – Community Legal Workshops

Housing Justice Project 2012 Annual CLE: Advising and Representing Low-Income Tenants Facing Eviction

CLE Training

Are you interested in volunteering with the Housing Justice Project? Come to our annual CLE and learn how to advise and represent low-income tenants facing eviction.

 

Housing Justice Project 2012 Annual CLE:

Advising and Representing Low-Income Tenants Facing Eviction

Friday, January 20, 2012

. . . → Read More: Housing Justice Project 2012 Annual CLE: Advising and Representing Low-Income Tenants Facing Eviction