Need to Know
academic or practical focus and should
generally address topics related to legal issues in the greater Northwest.
The Review has a special interest in articles related to marijuana legalization
or same-sex marriage in Washington.
Submissions for this edition will be due
in October, with a final date to be determined. If you have already written an article, you may submit it by email. If you
have an idea for a prospective article,
please contact the Review to discuss
publication requirements. For questions,
contact Kate Meier or James Blanken-ship at email@example.com.
LOMAP Lending Library
The WSBA Law Office Management
Assistance Program (LOMAP) Lending Library is a service to WSBA members. We offer the
short-term loan of
books on the business management
aspects of your
law office. How
does it work? You
can view available
titles at www.wsba.org/resources-and-services/lomap/lending-library. Books
may be borrowed by any WSBA member for up to two weeks. LOMAP requires your WSBA ID and a valid Visa
or MasterCard number to guarantee
the book’s return to the program. If you
live outside of the Seattle area, books
can be mailed to you; you will be responsible for return postage. For walk-in members, we recommend calling
first to check availability of requested
titles. To arrange for a book loan or to
check availability, contact Peter Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advisory opinions are issued by the
WSBA to assist members in interpreting their ethical obligations in specific
circumstances. The opinions are the
result of study and analysis in response
to requests from WSBA members. For
assistance, call the Ethics Line at 206-
727-8284 or 800-945-9722, ext. 8284.
Facing an Ethical Dilemma?
Members facing ethical dilemmas
can talk with WSBA professional
responsibility counsel for informal
guidance on analyzing a situation
involving their own prospective ethical
conduct under the RPCs. All calls
are confidential. Any advice given is
intended for the education of the inquirer
and does not represent an official
position of the WSBA. Every effort is
made to return calls within two business
days. Call the Ethics Line at 206-727-
8284 or 800-945-9722, ext. 8284.
The WSBA Lawyers Assistance Pro-
gram provides individual consultation
services for those struggling with de-
pression, work stress, addiction, and
life transition, among other topics. The
initial consultation appointment costs
$20, and any additional sessions are on
a sliding scale based on your financial
situation. Consultations are an opportu-
nity for assessment of the problems you
may be facing, identifying useful tools
you may utilize to address these issues,
and referral resources to find the right
resources for you. Our licensed coun-
selors can offer up to six consultation
sessions. We also provide consultations
with job seeking and can offer informa-
tional and referral resources on a range
of topics. Contact us at 206-727-8268,
800-945-9722, ext. 8268, lap@wsba.
org, or go to www.wsba.org/lap.
Volume of Real Property
Update your library now: The 2013
revised environmental regulation volume (Volume 7) of the fourth edition
of the Washington Real Property Deskbook series is now available. Guided
by Editor-in-Chief Michael Dunning,
of Perkins Coie, Seattle, top Washing-
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Contact Peter Roberts at peter@wsba.
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Search WSBA Advisory
WSBA advisory opinions are available online at www.wsba.org/
advisoryopinions. You can search
opinions by number, year issued, ethical rule, subject matter, or keyword.