Click HERE to view WSAJ's newest Civil Justice newsletter - The Anchor. Learn about the latest threats to our civil justice system.
WSAJ represents attorneys and professionals in the legal field committed to champion the cause of those who deserve redress for injury to person, property or civil rights. Established in 1953, the association conducts legal education, compiles research, and facilitates the sharing of resources and implements public affairs as well as government relations programs.
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Recent Op-Eds and Letters to the Editor:
- The Seattle Times, "No Change Needed in Workers' Comp Program," by Brendan Williams - 5/31/2013
- The Spokesman Review, "Don't ruin the state's Workers' Comp System," by Michael Walker - 3/23/2013
- The Olympian, "Republicans Attacking an Important Safety Net", by Wayne Lieb - 3/7/2013
- The Chronicle, "Braun Bill Would Hurt State's Injured Workers", by Laurel Smith - 3/1/2013
- Tacoma News Tribune, "Workers' Comp Reforms are Working," by Steve Kearns - 02/22/2013
- Longview Daily News, "Not Worker Friendly," by WSAJ Member Jill Karmy - 02/14/2013
- To read more Op-Eds and Letters to the Editor, click HERE.