Monthly Archives: February 2016

U.S. District Court: Things a Lawyer Should Know

There are certain obstacles to a lawyer’s efforts to gain the attention of a Federal District Court. Rooker Feldman Doctrine A lawyer cannot challenge a decision of the State Supreme Court in federal court.  This is the Rooker Feldman Doctrine.  … Continue reading

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The Costs of the WSBA Discipline System

There are 35,000 members of the WSBA. About 100 or so are disciplined each year — that’s a paltry .0028 % of the 35,000 members. The WSBA pays about $5,000,000 a year to achieve this result – that is about 48% … Continue reading

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The WSBA

As a bar association (forced) we find something we dislike and punish a member whose conduct in the past is like what we dislike today.

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Review Committee orders grievance to hearing

The WSBA sent an order of the Review Committee in my case. The grievance has been ordered to hearing. Next I will be served with a complaint against me by the WSBA.

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