WSBA's World Peace Through Law Section is holding a special event on June 30, 2020. The format is a "Listen-In" with various guest speakers. More information including the Registration to receive the Zoom link can be found at this link.
Jeff Liang and ABAW are co-hosting a free Q&A webinar where I can try to answer your questions on the PPP Loan Forgiveness. The Q&A Webinar will be this Saturday May 9th from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm. I am happy to take other questions but the focus will be on PPP Loan Forgiveness.
You can register and submit your questions here: https://bit.ly/3cfvGeF
RULE OF LAW DURING A PANDEMIC
HOW CAN BUSINESS
RESPECT HUMAN RIGHTS AMIDST COVID-19?
Monday, May 11, 2020
12:30-1:45 p.m. PST
Join via Zoom https://washington.zoom.us/j/97205234752
or Telephone: US: +1 253 215 8782 Webinar ID: 972 0523 4752
This week join for the next webinar in this virtual series examining how governments and businesses balance public health and human rights during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Monday’s discussion focuses on what steps responsible companies should take to address human rights impacts in supply chains and business activity during the crisis, and the tools being developed to do so.
Peter Nestor, Human Rights Manager, Novartis
Dunstan Alison-Hope, Vice President,
Human Rights, Women’s Empowerment and Inclusive Economy Practices, BSR
Markus Funk, Partner, and Chair, Supply Chain Compliance Practice, Perkins Coie
Sponsored by the UW School of Law Sustainable International Development LL.M. program
and the UW Global Business Law Institute
I am the Pre-Law Resource Center and Vocational Law Advisor Coordinator of Washington State University, I am looking for practitioners in the field of law who would like to participate in a 30minute video conference interview. Each interview will be led by 2 students, chosen not only for their high academic standings but are students who have demonstrated exemplary professionalism and leadership. Matched with the practitioner whose area of law or other attribute fits their interest, they will present several thoughtful and dynamic questions for their interview, that will be provided to the interviewee beforehand.
Washington State University has three Pre-law concentrations in Political Science, Criminal Justice and Philosophy. However, those majors account for just half of the 350 students across 21 majors who are self-identified as interested in a law career.
The Pre-Law Resource Center (PLRC) welcomes all WSU students from any major interested in learning more about law school admissions, law school itself, and the legal professions. Using evidence-based outreach to produce quality programing, mentorship opportunities and a fully curated digital catalogue of resources, the PLRC makes law school an option for everyone.*
*Working mission Statement
Currently, the PLRC is capitalizing on its established digital presence to deliver online interactive workshops, encourage community discussions among like-minded students and continue its goal of connecting students with practitioners.
The interviews will be recorded and posted to the internal curated catalogue for registered Pre-Law students at WSU to view for a limited time. The recording of the interviews is an important aspect, so that all students can learn from the content provided by the practitioner, and from the student leaders on how to conduct a professional informational interview.
If you are willing to be interviewed or know anyone who would be willing please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Providing equal access and inspiration, in an unequal world is a foundational to the mission of the PLRC and the spirit in which I am contacting you today.
Rachel A. Christofferson, Program Coordinator
Pre-Law Resource Center & Foley Institute
Washington State University
The Korean American Bar Association of Washington would like to invite you and your networks to attend its upcoming virtual panel discussion with four of our esteemed judges to learn more about the impact of COVID-19 on the judicial system.
Date: Thursday May 14, 2020
Time: 5:00 p.m. PST
Cost: FreeRegister: hereKABA_Virtual Judicial Panel 5-14.pdf
Register for Cultivating Resilience in the Time of Coronavirus here!
Webinars will be every Friday from 1pm-2:30pm - starting on May 8th and ending May 29th. These will include a one-hour presentation and a thirty-minute facilitated conversation where people will be able to share their thoughts, concerns, and questions.
Registration is required, and you can do so by clicking here. While you are welcome to attend all four session, you are not required to.
If you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to email us at Roxana.Garcia@Seattle.gov.
RULE OF LAW DURING A PANDEMIC
THE IMPACT OF STAY-AT-HOME ORDERS ON PEOPLE WHO FACE HOMELESSNESS
Monday, May 4
Join via Zoom
Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
US: +1 253 215 8782 or +1 602 753 0140 Webinar ID: 959 1058 4551
International numbers available: https://washington.zoom.us/u/abHeASovX4
This week, join for the next webinar in this virtual series examining how governments are balancing public health and human rights during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Monday’s discussion focuses on the impacts of stay-at-home and shelter-in-place orders on homeless people and communities, both globally and locally.
Global Director, The Shift
Former UN Special Rapporteur, Right to Housing
Executive Director, Seattle King County Coalition on Homelessness
A criminal record can derail a person’s life, creating a barrier to employment and housing. The New Hope Act greatly expanded the number of people eligible to remove criminal convictions from their records. This CLE webinar will teach you everything you need to know about volunteering with the Records Project and vacating convictions.
Join FLOW and speaker Jacob Kuykendall, Senior Staff Attorney for the KCBA, for a webinar hosted by Stoel Rives to learn about this opportunity to engage in meaningful and impactful volunteer work that can change someone’s life.
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Noon to 1:30 p.m. PDT
Complimentary for clients, members of FLOW, and friends.
Contact John Laney at email@example.com.
A Step-by-Step Guide to the Paycheck Protection Program
Co-hosted by Jeff Liang of Ling and Liang PLLC and the Asian Bar Association of Washington
Who: All businesses, nonprofits, and self-employed individuals should consider applying for the Paycheck Protection Program.
What: Learn how to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program.
Why: The PPP is a forgivable loan used to cover your qualifying business and operating expenses.
Register for a one of the webinars below:
Thursday April 23rd: 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm (register here)
Saturday April 25th: 10:00 am to 11:30 am (register here)
Sunday April 26th: 10:00 am to 11:30 am (register here)