May 19: Afternoon Reception & Presentation with Department of Commerce Visiting Delegation from Arabian Peninsula
Monday, May 19, 2014
3:30 PM Presentation in RM 115
4:30 PM Reception in RM 447
International Commercial Law Principles and Sharia
Muddassir Siddiqui, Senior Legal Advisor, CLDP & Haitham Osta, PhD Candidate, UW School of Law
Next week, UW Law, in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Commerce Commercial Law Development Program, will host a delegation of esteemed visitors from Baharain, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates for week-long presentations and meetings with senior legal advisors from the Department of Commerce, several faculty members, Boeing, Microsoft, the World Justice Project, Amazon, Costco, and DLA Piper. The overall focus is on how GCC countries can harmonize and improve their business law environment to facilitate greater trade and investment.
Please join us for an afternoon reception at 4:30 in Room 447, where you will have the opportunity to chat with Dept. of Commerce senior legal advisors and our esteemed guests:
- Mohamed Essam, Legal Director, Gulf Holding Company, Bahrain
- Abdulla Monsour, Advisor, Ministry of Industry and Commerce, Bahrain
- Hatim Zu’bi, Partner, Zu’bi & Partners Attorneys & Legal Consultants, Bahrain/UAE
- Tarek Hajjiri, Director Legal Policy, Dubai Economic Council, UAE
- Mohamed Almarzouqi, Judge, Ministry of Justice, UAE
- Hosaam Alyammahi, Judge, Ministry of Justice, UAE
- Khaled Mohamed Matar Alkaabi, Director Legal Policies and Agreements, Department Economic Development, UAE
- Shamlan Alsawalehi, Judge, Dubai International Financial Center Courts, UAE
- Dr. Sherif Ghannam, Professor, Dubai Police Academy, UAE
- Sultan Ayidh M Alqahtani, Attorney, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Saudi Arabia
- Maher Othman A Alsaeed, Attorney, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Saudi Arabia
- Saad Fahd Dileym, Attorney, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Saudi Arabia
- Badr Abdulmusen Haddab, Attorney, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Saudi Arabia
- Abdulaziz Saud Alduhaim, Attorney, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Saudi Arabia
May 22: Equal Justice Works Webinar: “Drowning in Debt? Learn How Government and Nonprofit Workers Can Earn Public Service Loan Forgiveness”
Thursday, May 22, 2014
3:00 – 4:10 PM, EDT
A must attend for anyone with student debt, this free webinar explains how to reduce your monthly student loan payments and qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness. After the presentation (whether you are able to attend or not), you will be emailed a recording of the session that you can view at any time. Detailed information about the federal student debt relief programs covered in this webinar are available in our e-book, Take Control of Your Future, which is available in the Kindle Store.
Register online here.
May 22: Eastside Legal Assistance Project Celebrates 25 Years of Service
Thursday, May 22, 2014
7:00 – 8:30 AM
Meydenbauer Center, 11100 NE 6th St., Bellevue, WA 98004
We are having a big party on May 22nd where we will celebrate ELAP’s 25 years of service to our community serving low-income families and individual on the Eastside and survivors of domestic violence from all of King County. It would be great if you could join us for this celebration. We will see a great video which will describe where ELAP has been, where we are now, and a little bit of what the future holds for ELAP and the clients we serve.
It’s only two weeks until the 4th Annual ELAP Breakfast for Justice, so it’s time to register now to reserve you place.
Click here to register. Suggested minimum donation $150.
June 18: KCBA Awards Dinner
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Sheraton Seattle Hotel
Reception – 5:30 PM
Dinner – 6:30 PM
Individual tickets are $100 each; $1,000 for reserved tables of ten. Please register by June 11th.
You are cordially invited to join KCBA members, judges and community leaders of King County on Wednesday, June 18th at the Sheraton Seattle Hotel for the 2014 KCBA Annual Awards Dinner. The evening celebrates a group of inspiring award recipients who have made a tremendous impact on the practice of law and administration of justice in our community. The event includes a reception, gourmet dinner and the awards presentations.
Once again we are offering the opportunity for friends and colleagues of the honorees and the bar to place congratulatory greeting messages in the keepsake program book. This provides a special way to honor the awardees and recognize the accomplishments of the bar over the last year.
Click here to register online.
June 19-22: 2014 Minidoka Pilgrimage
Thursday-Sunday, June 19-22, 2014
In 1942, close to 13,000 people of Japanese-ancestry, many of whom were American citizens, were removed from their homes in the Pacific Northwest and sent to a desolate “incarceration camp” near Twin Falls, Idaho. This summer, the 11th pilgrimage will take place with former incarcerees, their families, and friends – from Seattle, Portland and across the nation – to the former Minidoka Camp in Idaho. This is an opportunity to learn, share memories, and ask questions about the Minidoka experience. Consider participating as a way to bring your family together and reconnect with friends. Participation is limited. Scholarships are available.
Deadline is June 1. Registration information online here.