Social Justice Tuesday: Peggy Browning Fund; Legal Lunchbox Series: Guide to Juvenile Defense Representation.

Social Justice Tuesday: Peggy Browning Fund, Interested in ADVOCATING FOR WORKPLACE JUSTICE?

Tuesday, November 6, 2018
12:30 p.m. – 1:20 p.m.
University of Washington School of Law
Room 127

Liz Ford | Legal Director, Fair Work Center, PBF Mentor | Moderator
Madison Brown | Student, University of Washington School of Law | PBF ‘17 & ‘18
Danielle Franco-Malone | Partner, Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt, LLP, PBF Mentor
Ava Sanchez | Student, University of Washington School of Law | PBF ‘18
Ann Marie Skov | Field Attorney, National Labor Relations Board, Region 10 | PBF ‘00

To learn more about the Peggy Browning Fund visit

Legal Lunchbox™ Series: A Guide to Juvenile Defense RepresentationWSBA Lunchbox Series Image

Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018
Noon — 1:35 p.m.
Webcast only

In April 2018 the Washington State Supreme Court adopted new guidelines for juvenile defense counsel who represent clients involved in juvenile justice proceedings. This seminar will focus on the roles and responsibilities of juvenile defense counsel as laid out in the new guidelines. Focus will be given to the seven specific guidelines outlined in the document that are intended to be used as a guide to professional conduct and performance.

The presenters will speak about how the object of the guidelines is to identify the course of action that may be necessary, advisable, or appropriate for counsel to take in a case to ensure that the client receives the best representation possible. Guideline principles will be applied to hypothetical case examples to illustrate the concepts being discussed in the presentation. This seminar is designed to be helpful for the new attorney or the experienced practitioner.

More info here.

REJI Webinar Nov 15: Generating Organizational & Leadership Commitment for Race Equity Work

On November 15th, the Washington Race Equity & Justice Initiative (REJI) invites you to an interactive webinar: Generating Organizational & Leadership Commitment for Race Equity Work. This webinar will explore the components needed and challenges faced when embarking on a race equity initiative and aligning your organization underneath a shared vision for race equity. Participants will be presented with strategies and discussion questions to understand how to better collectively and intentionally generate commitment and action from leadership and decision-makers, including organizational directors and board members.

The topic of this webinar focuses on areas highlighted in the REJI Organizational Race Equity Toolkit downloadable here:


Thursday, November 15, 2018

12:00 PM – 1:30 PM Pacific Time – Webinar

Registration is free but required in advance

Those who register for the webinar will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar live, how to view the webinar later on-demand, and other important info for viewing the webinar.

Learn more here about our growing REJI Community and what it means to do race equity work.