Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Back to School!


In life, and particularly, in the attorney life, you never know enough, and you are never done learning. Fortunately, the Washington State Bar makes sure that attorneys never stop learning, by requiring that attorneys obtain 45 credits of ongoing education each reporting period, which is every three years. Overall, most conferences are very good, and they deal with current, relevant issues that help keep attorneys on top of things.  My favorite conferences are the ones where I leave feeling rejuvenated, excited, and ready to take on new and difficult challenges.  It can be encouraging to share stories, and experiences, with other attorneys that are fighting through the same issues that you are fighting with.

The Washington State Association for Justice puts on absolutely great conferences, many of which are focused directly on the most important issues facing personal injury attorneys. Tomorrow, I will attend a conference focused on trial skills that relate to "winning in the beginning," or in other words, starting a case out right so that you win it in the end.  Not a bad way to spend a Halloween!


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