May 8: CLE on Legal Financial Obligations
May 15: Creating a Culture of Racial Equity
Dismantling institutional racism and otherwise unlearning oppressive systems that are engrained in our culture is a winding path with endless stops and starts. This month we are looking inward to realize our values and how we can use them as guide posts on this journey. We’ll also discuss roadblocks like gatekeeping and understanding your role in a situation. Learn more here.
June 8: Second Annual Law Bono Conference — Unbundling: Reimagining the Attorney-Client Relationship
Unbundled legal services is a vital emerging market for lawyers. This CLE will provide you the information, resources and practical advice to help you improve your practice if you are currently using unbundled legal services or help you see how best to introduce it to your practice. Co-hosted by the WSBA Low Bono Section and Seattle University School of Law CLE, the 2nd Annual Low Bono Conference will provide practical advice on providing your clients with exactly the services they need, when they need them, without wasting time, money or resources.
Topics include: How unbundled services work and how it is currently being applied by lawyers; how to explain unbundled legal services to clients; the roles of drafting, negotiation, research and brief services. Register here.
June 15: Alliance for Equal Justice Legal Aid Summer Intern Orientation
What is the Alliance for Equal Justice? What should you know to get the most out of your summer internship? Join us on June 15 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the University of Washington School of Law Room 138 (or via livestream from Gonzaga in room 227) to learn about the Alliance, receive substantive training, and meet students interning at other organizations. Final agenda will be posted soon. Co-sponsored by Seattle University School of Law, Gonzaga University School of Law, and the University of Washington School of Law. Lunch generously sponsored in Seattle and Spokane by Foster Pepper PLLC. RSVP here.