Category Archives: Lawyers Disbarred

Washington Lawyer Defense Project

Washington Lawyer Defense is now Washington Lawyer Defense Project. Efforts called “Washington Lawyer Defense” begun early on, are still on-going in one way or another.  Today, however, the efforts have expanded into a broader effort, a larger project. So, the name … Continue reading

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WSBA Members Need Email Lists and Other Information

RE: WSBA Member Address and Email Records Dear Ms. Littlewood: As you know, I am a member of the Washington State Bar Association. Indeed, presently I am a member in good standing with the WSBA. As a member of the WSBA, … Continue reading

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Petition for Writs of Mandamus to Justices of Supreme Court of Washington

Steve Eugster has filed a case in the Washinton Supreme Court seeking writs of mandamus to each of the justices of the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has original jurisdiction in writs of mandamus against state officers. Wash. Const. Art. IV, … Continue reading

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Opening Brief in Eugster v. WSBA (9th Cir.)

The Opening Brief in the appeal of Pro se Steve Eugster growing out of the Caruso v. WSBA was filed this morning.  Get the brief.  2017_10_31_Opening_Brief_  See more about this and the two appeals growing out of Caruso v.WSBA.  Go … Continue reading

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Pro se Eugster v. WSBA

Pro se Eugster v. WSBA, is a separate appeal coming from Caruso et al. v. WSBA et al.  It has to do with an order of the court awarding the WSBA some $28,000 plus from Pro se Eugster.  The Opening … Continue reading

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Case 9 — Appeal of Orders Against Attorney Eugster, Opening Brief

The District Court judge ordered me to pay some $28,000 to the WSBA. I appealed. The appeal is a separate appeal in Caruso v. WSBA (Case 9). I am working my opening brief. It is due about the 1st of … Continue reading

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WSBA 1933 / WSBA 2017 — My letter to AG Bob Ferguson

I wrote to Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson on the 15th of February about the two associations, one a bar association, the other an association of legal service providers.  Go here . That was on the 15th, I repeat.  Today … Continue reading

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The Power of the Supreme Court

The extent to which the Supreme Court thinks it has authority over the Washington State Bar Association is not unrelated to the power the Supreme Court is attempting to exercise over entire state of Washington.  See Eugster Law Office.  

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ABA Law School Accreditation Authority Questioned

National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity  of the Department of Education.  See this discription of the NACIQI The Post in Findlaw NACIQI: ABA Is out of Touch and Should Lose Accreditation Power  says that the ABA accredition power … Continue reading

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Are Bar Association Lawyer Discipline Systems Rigged?

A article in appearing on August 3, 2016, in the Find Law Blog raises the question in Peeping Tom Lawyer Faces Disbarment. Is the System Rigged? The author Jonathan Tung, a lawyer, writes It’s a matter of perspective, of course, but … Continue reading

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