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4. Kritzer & Vidmar, supra note 1, at 148;
Levin, supra note 1, at 1312-1313.
5. Levin, supra note 1, at 1313.
6. Id. at 1316 n.194
7. Dan Bridges, A New Legal Standard for Attorney Malpractice: The Personal Impact of
Malpractice, NWLawyer, Sept. 2017, at 28.
8. WSBA, Interim Report, supra note 3, at 4.
9. Levin, supra note 1, at 1321 n.220.
10. ABA, Supporting Justice: A Report on the
Pro Bono Work of America’s Lawyers
11. The initial report of the data indicated that
3 percent of respondents (two lawyers)
said that representing pro bono clients
was the primary reason they were not
insured. Nevada Professional Liability Insurance Survey 5 (2017). When
the data were recalculated to exclude
lawyers who worked in settings other
than private practice (e.g., in-house,
government), no lawyers stated that pro
bono was the primary reason.
12. WSBA Interim Report, supra note 3, at 2.
13. Data from ALPS indicate that the average
premium per attorney for Washington
solo and small firms is $2,324.
14. Kritzer & Vidmar, supra note 1, at 148-49.
15. Id. at 114.
16. Va. State Bar Ass’n, Report on Study
2005-2006, at 7 (2006); Report of the
Supreme Court Ad Hoc Comm. on
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17. WSBA, Professional Liability Insurance,