May 15: How to avoid burnout while changing the world
Nip burnout in the bud by attending this interactive workshop with one of the leading thinkers on doing good while staying well. Beth Kanter is the author of many books about, and for, nonprofits and the social sector. In this workshop, she will lay out an action plan for doing high-impact work in a way that is healthy for organizations and individuals. Her holistic, down to-earth approach to leadership development will put you on the path to a happy, healthy career! Read more here.
May 17: Northwest Indian Bar Association Annual Dinner
It will be an evening of great food, fantastic auction items, and wonderful company on May 17th at Seattle University School of Law, Sullivan Hall. Register here.
May 18: CLE on Legal Aid and Domestic Violence
Please join for a one credit CLE (.5 ethics) about Legal Aid as a Tool to Stop Domestic Violence with King County Prosecutor David Martin and ELAP attorney Rochelle Krebs sharing information on the innovative Project Safety. For more information, see flyer below. Foster Pepper Lunch included with RSVP to Brendan@legalfoundation.org
May 18: The Philip L. Burton Memorial Scholarship Dinner
Join the Loren Miller Bar Association in celebrating their 50th anniversary! Justice Adrienne Nelson from the Oregon Supreme Court will be the keynote speaker. Register to attend or sponsor here.