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Washington LLLT Program Failings

This is my Treasurer report on LLLT program published in the Washington State Bar Journal on challenges facing the LLLT (limited license legal practioner) program.  As fate would have it, these are generally the same reasons cited by the Supreme Court in its order when it sunsetted the program in 2020.

The link above will take you to the WSBA website where the article is published.  The link below will take you directly to the article, on our website.

Challenges in Washington's LLLT Program
Challenges in Washington LLLT Program

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