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As the most comprehensive legal reference set, the Washington Lawyers Practice Manual is updated annually and designed to provide practitioners statewide with the most current information available. Providing instant access to 25 of the most frequently used areas of Washington, the 2014 publication features over 3000 pages of new information this year with in-depth and thorough revisions to most every chapter including extensive updates visible in Estate Planning, Domestic Relations, Real Property, Criminal Law, Public Entitlement, Employment Discrimination, Indian Law, Construction Law, Land Use and Environmental Law, and more.


Features

  • Over 1,000 Forms
  • Checklists
  • Practice Tips
  • Bibliographies
  • Annual Updates
  • Useful statewide, covering 25 areas of Washington State Law
  • A new and expanded stand alone chapter on Estate Planning
  • Available as an 8-volume print set or as a single CD ROM*
  • CD version includes a searchable, comprehensive Table of Contents: Search all TOCs at once, rather than one chapter at a time
  • Individual chapters also available on CD

*The CD version of the Washington Lawyers Practice Manual has interactive forms, can be key-word searched, and each table of contents heading is electronically linked to the corresponding section of the text. The CD not only includes the text of each chapter as a PDF file, but provides the forms in Word as well, making them easier to adapt for your own use!

Save Valuable Time and Client Resources

Large firms use our eight-volume print edition of the Washington Lawyers Practice Manual to support the research of out-of-state summer interns. The full CD-ROM edition* also allows solo practitioners and smaller law firms to reduce library research time. No matter what size your practice, the Washington Lawyers Practice Manual allows you to save time and pass on valuable savings on to clients. A great resource for non-attorney professionals and paralegals, too!

Your Purchase Supports KCBA’s Pro Bono Programs

Proceeds from the Washington Lawyers Practice Manual help support our Pro Bono Programs including the Neighborhood Legal Clinics program, ensuring our community’s continued access to the justice system at absolutely no cost. Since 1974, the King County Bar Association’s Neighborhood Legal Clinics have offered free legal advice and consultation to King County residents. Last year, over 900 volunteer attorneys and assistants served nearly 8,000 clients at 34 clinics countywide.

Yearly Updates for Subscribers

The Washington Lawyers Practice Manual is a subscription service. With the purchase of a complete print or CD edition, you will automatically be subscribed to receive annual updates to ensure your Washington Lawyers Practice Manual always reflects the most up-to-date information. Given the number of changes to the Washington Lawyers Practice Manual every year, our members want to know that their reference material represents current law. Each year prior to the release of the annual update, you will receive correspondence from KCBA to confirm your subscription and the impending delivery of your updated information.You are free to cancel your subscription at any time.

Convenient Ordering

To receive your complete edition of the Washington Lawyers Practice Manual order on-line at www.kcba.org/wlpm-order. If your practice focuses on only certain areas of the law, you can tailor your purchase to meet your individual needs. To customize your order of individual chapters, visit us online at www.kcba.org/wlpm-chapters. If you have questions about your order, phone 206-267-7045 (voicemail) or e-mail us at wlpm@kcba.org.

 

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