April 17: Get ready for PILA’s Spring Brewfest!
PILA’s Spring Brewfest is coming up. Stop by Floating Bridge Brewing at 6 p.m., on April 17 for networking, raffles, and refreshments. $1 of every drink purchased goes to PILA.
Read more here!
April 18: Unemployment Law Project hosting Brew Review
Don’t miss the Unemployment Law Project’s Brew Review from 5 to 8 p.m., April 18 at Impact Hub. Buy tickets here. Each ticket gets you taster flights of local beer and cider.
Brew Review is also looking for law student volunteers! If you are interested, reach out to John Tirpak at email@example.com.
January 21: WASHINGTON YOUNG LAWYERS COMMITTEE – OPEN SECTIONS NIGHT
Find your footing in a new practice area and make connections with legal professionals by attending the popular Open Sections Night sponsored jointly by the WSBA Sections and the Washington Young Lawyers Committee.
- When: Thursday, January 21, 2016 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
- Where: WSBA Conference Center 1325 Fourth Ave., Suite 600, Seattle
- RSVP: By January 8, 2016 at http://goo.gl/forms/0okBh0RoFR
January 21: John Tirpak at UW Law
John Tirpak, Executive Director of the Unemployment Law Project (ULP) is visiting UW Law on January 21, 2016 to speak about the invaluable work ULP does in Washington State. Unemployment Law Project is a non-profit legal service located in Seattle and Spokane that provides direct representation in administrative hearings to help individuals secure their unemployment insurance. For students, it is a unique opportunity to represent individuals in hearings over the phone with Administrative Law Judges, practicing skills of direct/cross examination and opening/closing statements early in their legal career. ULP is looking to recruit student volunteers and potential interns for the summer and this event is a great opportunity to meet John Tirpak, hear about ULP, and help the hundreds of people who go unrepresented in administrative hearings every year. Details are below:
If you have any questions, please email Students for Labor and Employment Justice (SLEJ) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 29: Hang Your Own Shingle 2016
Hanging your own shingle (establishing a successful solo practice) means laying a proper foundation! The Washington State Bar Association Low Bono Section and the Access to Justice Institute of the Seattle University School of Law present this day of “foundation building.” Think about it: Over half of WSBA members are solo practitioners, so you have lots of company! For many people attorneys are unaffordable. The resulting unmet civil legal need (and potential market for your services) is enormous. That is why we are determined to attract attorneys to help meet this legal services gap. Join us on January 29 and bring your questions and business cards!
February 5: 21st Annual PILA Benefit Auction – Off to the Races!
Friday, February 5, 2016
At the Husky Union Building (HUB)
Doors open at 5:30 pm.
Register and Purchase tickets here.
Can’t attend this year? You can also donate directly to PILA here.
If you would like to donate items to be auctioned off at this year’s action, please fill out this form.
Why donate to PILA? 2015 Impact Statement
Where is the auction this year, anyway? Directions.
March 5-6: 18th Annual Trina Grillo Public Interest & Social Justice Law Retreat – BUILDING A BETTER COMMUNITY
UW Law students: the upcoming Trina Grillo Public Interest Retreat is an unparalleled opportunity to recharge your social justice batteries at a day and a half long gathering with law students, faculty, staff and public interest advocates from the west coast. This year’s event is March 5-6 in Las Vegas, NV. Students can apply for up to $250 in travel funds to attend this event. If you are interested send a note about why you would like to attend along with your resume to Dean Storms at email@example.com by January 27.