Used but in good condition, this copy machine with finishing tray has served us well. Comes with 2 staple refill cartridges and a magenta toner (plus what’s still in the machine). Was previously leased from Bellingham Business Machines.
Contact the office of Kathryn Resnick at 360-738-3636 or email@example.com.
Subject: WSBA Diversity and Inclusion Invites You to a Mixer in Bellingham on May 23rd
When: Thursday, May 23rd 5-7 PM
Where: Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen
601 W Holly Street, Bellingham, WA 98225
(Appetizers will be served with a no-host bar)
The Washington State Bar Association invites you to an informal networking event in Bellingham. Join us for casual night of mingling over games and appetizers. We are excited to partner with the Center for Law, Diversity, and Justice at Fairhaven College, Whatcom County Washington Women Lawyers (WWL), Middle Eastern Legal Association of Washington (MELAW), QLaw, the Law Advocates of Whatcom County, the Skagit Volunteer Lawyer Program, and others to create a networking occasion for students, legal professionals, and community stakeholders in equity and inclusion in the practice of law.
Please RSVP here
The WSBA is committed to achieving inclusion and supporting the efforts of our local, specialty, and minority bar associations. WSBA Diversity and Inclusion programs and events are supported by charitable donations to the Washington State Bar Foundation. If you’d like to make a tax-deductible contribution, please donate through wsba.org/foundation or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rajeev D. Majumdar, President Elect
Washington State Bar Association
FAX: (360) 332-6677
Local family law practitioners shall begin meeting on a monthly basis to address issues raised at the recent bench/bar meeting led by Judge Olson. The Whatcom County Bar Association has approved the formation of a committee to address these issues. Specifically, the committee’s goal will be to develop and present to the court/judges (1) a proposed letter or notice that will provide information about Alternative Dispute Resolution and other resources in our community for family law cases and (2) proposed changes to the Superior Court Local Rules for domestic relations proceedings.
We also foresee that after the committee has completed its work, this meeting will turn into a monthly meeting of family law practitioners where there can be further discussions of local family law practice issues or professional development topics.
The first meeting will be held on June 17th from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Suite 160 of the Bellingham Towers. Thereafter, meetings will be held the 3rd Monday of the month in the same location.
If you would like to join the committee, please send Jennifer Slattery (email@example.com) your contact information and email address. Even if you do not want to join the committee, please feel free to come to the monthly meetings and provide input.
Superior Court criminal calendars will be scheduled on a weekly basis, as described in the attached schedule, for the months of May, June, July and August 2019. Criminal calendar scheduling after August 31 will be determined and announced in August.
May Criminal Calendar