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07/01/2015 -- Article

The Washington State Supreme Court’s Civil Legal Needs Study Update Committee commissioned the Social and Economic Sciences Research Center (SESRC) at Washington State University to conduct a comprehensive update of the 2003 Civil Legal Needs Study.  The survey research was conducted in late 2014 and...

07/01/2015 -- Web Link

Precedential Decisions of Commissioner are published by the Commissioner's Review Office of the Washington State Employment Security Department. The Decisions are published pursuant to the statutory mandates of the Washington State Public Disclosure Act, specifically RCW 42.17.260, and the Washington State Employment Security Act, specifically RCW 50.32.095.

The Precedential Decisions of Commissioner are published in a first series and...

06/26/2015 -- Article

The US Supreme Court handed down several much-anticipated decisions this week. A good place to start to learn more is the SCOTUSblog. The opinions themselves can be found at the Supreme Court website.

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06/26/2015

Attorneys' Information Bureau, the company that owns DoItYourselfLegalKits.com, now offers an Attorney Referral Service to help you find a lawyer in the state of Washington. Note that only AIB members are listed. They also offer a comprehensive list of ...

06/16/2015

The Public Law Library of King County Board of Trustees is seeking an innovative leader who will direct the overall activities of the Public Law Library.  The Director plans, develops, promotes, and directs the operations of the Library's Seattle and Kent locations.  The Director also oversees the creation and implementation of an access to justice center for people without lawyers. Visit the...

05/14/2015 -- Web Link

If you are getting married in a foreign country and they are asking you to provide a "Letter of Single Status", the Department of Health can provide one for you.

05/14/2015 -- Article

On Thursday, May 24th, Governor Inslee signed into law the YEAR Act (SB 5564). The law presents a major change to the way the legal system treats former juvenile offenders. It will abolish many of the millions of dollars of court costs, fees, and fines levied against juveniles in Washington.

Every year, more than 10,000 youth who have made childhood mistakes will no longer be held back by debts they have no hope of paying. Youth will...

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