(05/11/2021) How to Keep it Together at the Office

This 60 minute program will focus on the importance of maintaining wellness in the practice of law. A frank discussion about the impact of attorney impairment will be coupled with the sharing of practical tips that can be implemented in order to help lawyers, and their staff, keep it all together at the office. Sample attendee takeaways include an understanding of why taking care of one’s self is so vitally important, an appreciation of the value of learning how to manage the attorney’s side of the attorney-client relationship, and knowledge of the importance of boundary awareness as a risk management tool. Approved for 1.0 credits in Washington. Must be be viewed and reported by 05/11/2026. Materials for this seminar can be downloaded from https://www.spokanebar.org/cles/materials/keep-it-together-cle/. WSBA Activity ID #: 1165253
Price: $25.00

(05/13/2021) Prejudgment Writs and Remedies-Enforcement of Judgments Overview

ANDREW M. WAGLEY of Etter, McMahon, Lamberson, Van Wert & Oreskovich, P.C. talks about Prejudgment Writs and Remedies and PROFESSOR MILTON G. ROWLAND, Adjunct Professor at Gonzaga University Law School gives an Overview of Enforcement of Judgments. Approved for 2.25 law & legal credit in Washington. Must be be viewed and reported by 05/13/2027. Materials for this seminar can be downloaded from https://www.spokanebar.org/cles/materials/judgment/. WSBA Activity ID #: 1167405
Price: $57.00

(05/14/2021) 2021 VLP Champions of Justice Breakfast

This 0.75 hour ethics CLE is brought to you free of charge by the SCBA Volunteer Lawyers Program. If you would like to make a donation to the Volunteer Lawyers Program, follow this link - https://www.spokanebar.org/store/make-a-donation-to-the-volunteer-lawyers-program/. Approved for 0.75 ethics credit in Washington. Must be be viewed and reported by 05/14/2026. There are no materials for this seminar. WSBA Activity ID #: 1167256
Price: $0.00

(05/20/2021) Diversity Section CLE - Diversity and Anti-Bias.mp4

Supreme Court Justice Helen Whitener, Reverend Walter J. Kendricks, Bailey Warrior Pahang and Morgan Maxey talk about Equal Access to Justice, Social Injustice, Celebrating Diversity and Equity. Approved for 1.0 ethics credit in Washington. Must be be viewed and reported by 05/20/2026. WSBA Activity ID #: 1167540 This free CLE is made available at the courtesy of the SCBA Diversity Section. If you would like to donate to the Carl Maxey Scholarship fund, follow this link - https://www.spokanebar.org/store/carlmaxeyscholarshipfund/
Price: $0.00

(10/12/2017) Important Cases Regarding Domestic Violence

JACQUELINE HIGH-EDWARD of Northwest Justice Project talks about important Family Law cases regarding Domestic Violence and their impact. Approved for 1.0 law & legal credit in Washington. Must be be viewed and reported by 10/12/2023. Materials for this seminar can be downloaded from https://www.spokanebar.org/cles/materials/2017familylaw/. WSBA Activity ID #: 1049340
Price: $45.00

(10/12/2017) Parenting Coordination for High Conflict Families

DENNIS CRONIN of The Law Office of D.C. Cronin talks about Parenting Coordination for High Conflict Families. Approved for 1.0 law & legal credit in Washington. Must be be viewed and reported by 10/12/2023. Materials for this seminar can be downloaded from https://www.spokanebar.org/cles/materials/2017familylaw/. WSBA Activity ID #: 1049340
Price: $45.00

(10/12/2017) Treatment Modalities in Addiction Interventions

JOE TERHAAR of Family-Centered Addiction Recovery of Intervention Specialists, LLC. talks about Treatment Modalities in Addiction Interventions. Approved for 1.0 law & legal credit in Washington. Must be be viewed and reported by 10/12/2023. Materials for this seminar can be downloaded from https://www.spokanebar.org/cles/materials/2017familylaw/. WSBA Activity ID #: 1049340
Price: $45.00

(10/23/2021) Systemic Racism CLE Part 2: Finding Solutions to the Spokane Regional Justice System (Afternoon Session)

- TASK FORCE 2.0: Race and Washington's Criminal Justice System - Gonzaga University Law Professor Jason Gillmer - CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADVOCACY - Camerina Zorrozua & Virla Spencer, The Way to Justice UPDATED FROM THE SYSTEMIC RACISM TASK FORCE COMMITTEES Advising BIPOC Business Owners: Emily Arneson School-to-Prison Pipeline: Rosey Thurman Race, Culture, and Bias in Family Law, Camerina Zorrozua First Appearance / Pre-trial Conditions of Release: Judge Maryann Moreno TAKING OWNERSHIP OF THE SYSTEM - GU Law Professor Inga Laurent WSBA Activity ID #: 1182475
Price: $40.00

(10/23/2021) Systemic Racism CLE Part 2: Finding Solutions to the Spokane Regional Justice System (Morning Session)

WELCOME - Jenae Ball, SCBA Past President McARTHUR GRANT, SPOKANE LAW AND JUSTICE PROJECTS & INITIATIVES: Report on Status of our Local Justice System Spokane Regional Law & Justice Administrator, Maggie Yates CRIMINAL JUSTICE EQUITY TOOLKIT Presentation by the American Equity and Justice Group: Anthony Powers, Kate Sigafoos & Kim Gordon WSBA Activity ID #: 1182475
Price: $40.00

10th ANNUAL INDIAN LAW CONFERENCE (2019)

TREATY RIGHTS AND WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING v. COUGAR DEN • Cougar Den – Mathew Harrington, Stokes Lawrence, P.S. • Washington State Dep’t of Licensing – Fronda Woods, Asst. Attorney General (ret’d) • Yakama Nation – Marcus Shirzad, Office of Legal Counsel • Keynote Address – Hon. Diane J. Humetewa, U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona 2.0 law & legal credits in Washington. Must be be viewed and reported by 03/01/24. WSBA Activity ID #: 1099535 Recorded: 03/01/2019
Price: $60.00

10th ANNUAL INDIAN LAW CONFERENCE (2019)

LEGAL ETHICS IN THE NEWS: Michael Cohen, Manafort Redactions, and Abusive Priests Brooks Holland, Professor, Gonzaga University School of Law john Allison, Eymann Allison Hunter Jones, PS 1.50 ethics credits in Washington. Must be be viewed and reported by 03/01/24. WSBA Activity ID #: 1099535 Recorded: 03/01/2019
Price: $52.50

10th ANNUAL INDIAN LAW CONFERENCE (2019)

ADVISING CLIENTS ENGAGED IN HEMP AND MARIJUANA • Lisa Dickinson, Dickinson Law Firm, PLLC • Toni Stanger-McLaughlin, Director of Tribal Governance at Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative, University of Arkansas • Dr. Amber Wise, Scientific Director, Medicine Creek Analytics, Puyallup Tribal Cannibus Enterprises, Inc. 1.50 law & legal credits in Washington. Must be be viewed and reported by 03/01/24. WSBA Activity ID #: 1099535 Recorded: 03/01/2019
Price: $45.00