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  • Attorney Carol Hunter brings expertise to end-of-life issues

    Even as a student at Ferris High School, Carol Hunter knew she wanted to be a lawyer. But a decade later, she still wasn’t sure which field to focus on. …


  • UI budget request calls for adding second-year law program in Boise

    Idahoans pay a “hidden tax” on legal services because three-quarters of the state’s new lawyers have to study at more expensive out-of-state law schools, forcing them to charge more for …


  • Tough choices for law schools amid jobs crisis

    WASHINGTON — A few months after finishing college, Angela Achen sat in a hospital waiting room and took stock of her assets: A degree in art history, a knack for …


  • Getting help with legal costs

    A first-of-its-kind program that pairs lawyers and law students to help middle-class families in need of legal work begins in Spokane this week. Dignitaries including Washington Supreme Court Justice Steven …


  • Students, volunteers fill fraction of need for free legal aid

    The sagging local economy has flooded local courts with people in financial trouble who can’t pay for what could help them most: an attorney to guide them. Only a few …


  • State Supreme Court disciplines 2 lawyers

    One Spokane lawyer has been disbarred and another suspended from practicing law for three years by the Washington State Supreme Court for separate transgressions regarding their clients’ finances.


  • Jailed man sues attorney

    A man who spent seven months in jail falsely accused of child molestation is suing the former public defender who represented him. Felipe G. Vargas said his Grant County public …

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