Need to Know
and mental health, office management, improving the legal system, or participating in
a structured mentoring program approved
by the MCLE Board. There is no live credit
requirement. The new rule can be found
WSBA Board of Governors Meetings
Nov. 13, Seattle; Jan. 28–29, 2016, Seattle
With the exception of the executive session,
Board of Governors meetings are open, and
all WSBA members are welcome to attend.
RSVPs are appreciated but not required.
Contact Margaret Shane at 206-727-8244,
800-945-9722, ext. 8244, or margarets@
wsba.org. The complete Board of Governors
meeting schedule is available on the WSBA
website at www.wsba.org/bog.
Volunteer Custodians Needed
The WSBA is seeking interested lawyers as
potential ELC 7. 7 volunteer custodians. An
appointed custodian is authorized to act as
counsel for the limited purpose of protecting a client’s interests whenever a lawyer
has been transferred to disability inactive
status, suspended, disbarred, dies, or disappears and no person appears to be protecting the clients’ interests. The custodian
takes possession of the necessary files and
records and takes action to protect clients’
interests. The custodian may act with a
team of custodians and much of the work
may be performed by supervised staff. If
the WSBA is notified of the need for a custodian, the WSBA would affirm the willingness and ability of a potential volunteer and
seek their appointment as custodian. Costs
incurred may be reimbursed. Current WSBA
members of all practice areas are welcome to apply. Contact Sandra Schilling at
firstname.lastname@example.org, 206-239-2118 or 800-
945-9722, ext. 2118 or Darlene Neumann
at email@example.com, 206-733-5923 or
800-945-9722, ext. 5923.
Facing an Ethical Dilemma?
Members facing ethical dilemmas can talk
Search WSBA Advisory Opinions
with WSBA professional responsibility
counsel for informal guidance on analyzing
a situation involving their own prospec-
tive 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 Eth-
ics Line at 206-727-8284 or 800-945-9722,
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. 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.
WSBA Law Office Management
LOMAP Lending Library
The WSBA LOMAP and LAP Lending Library
is a service to WSBA members. We offer
the short-term loan of books on health and
well-being as well as the business management aspects of your law office. How does it
work? You can view available titles at www.
lending-library. Books may be borrowed by
any WSBA member for up to two weeks.
LOMAP requires your WSBA ID to guarantee the book’s return to the program. If you
Washington lawyers and their families joined other marchers in the annual Seattle Pride Parade on
June 28. Several hundred thousand spectators lined the streets to cheer on participants. The parade
culminated in Pridefest at Seattle Center.