Volunteer Training & CLEs
Upcoming CLEs for Volunteer Attorneys
Laws that Impact New Tenants
New state and city laws impacting tenants including limited dissemination, rental registration, Carl Haglund Law, and impacts of income discrimination.
Common Topics: Walk-In Clinic
Three presentations on small claims and collections, evictions, and the ethics of volunteering.
Presented with the Young Lawyers Division
This CLE will provide an overview of the substantive and procedural law in Washington State relating to foreclosure mediation, including: required notices, mediation process, and how to effectively advocate for your client.
Pro Bono Services offers a variety of volunteer training opportunites ranging from full-day CLEs to hour-long lunchtime trainings. Topics include current substantive law issues and and information about the resources available to assist attorneys with guiding clients through the legal system.
Earn CLE credits in-person or from the comfort of your own home or office. Learn more.
CLE Credits for Pro Bono Work
Regulation 103(g) of the Washington State Bar Association (WSBA) allows attorneys to earn CLE credit for a portion volunteer work with the King County Bar Association Pro Bono S Programs. Lawyers may earn six credits per year – two for Pro Bono training and four for Pro Bono service. WSBA CLE Rules Reporting instructions: WSBA web site (PDF)
King County Bar Association CLE Deparment
The KCBA CLE Department serves KCBA members and non-members. Learn more.