East King County Bar Association
2015 EKCBA Golf Tournament!
Time to Register and Start Practicing!
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The East King County Bar Association's 2015 Golf Tournament is set for Friday, September 18th, at The Golf Club at Redmond Ridge. The four-person Best Ball Scramble will have a 1:30 p.m. modified shotgun start, followed by our Awards Dinner Barbecue around 6:30 p.m.
This event is open to Attorney members and non-members for golf, and open to all for dinner. Golf entries cost $125 per player and include golf, riding carts, range balls, barbecue dinner, and great prizes and awards. Dinner only is $40 per person. Multiple sponsorship opportunities are also available.
Sponsorship Opportunities! 
Flag, Cart, Hole, Awards Presentation, and Dinner sponsorship opportunities are available.

Any Firm Sponsor with a Foursome gets a $100 refund from sponsorship (limit 1 foursome).
Any Firm Sponsor individual player(s) gets a $25 refund per registered player (limit 4).
Any Solo Firm Sponsor gets a $25 refund for their registered player.


Please click here or on the golf ball below to register for playing spots and dinner-only reservations and to purchase tournament sponsorships.  
Click here to register for the Tournament and the Dinner!
You still have plenty of time to get your game in shape, so get your foursome together now and start practicing. This amazing weather won't last forever.  
The 2014 winning team--Ted Barr, John Strauss, Pat Trudell, and Scott Weitz--won with a score of 54 and beat their winning 2013 score by 6 strokes! Can they win for a third year in a row? Step up to the challenge!
Click here to renew your membership.
Time to Renew Your Membership!

'Tis the season to renew your EKCBA membership. Memberships run from July through June of each year.  If you haven't renewed yet, please click here and do so today. Annual dues are still only $75.00.
You can also renew your EKCBA membership through KCBA.  Be sure to check the 'Add EKCBA' box to renew.
ELAP Job Opening: DVLP Managing Attorney (FT)

Are you an experienced attorney in the area of Domestic Violence and Family Law? Do you have experience in successfully managing employees, programs and volunteers? If the answer is yes, then ELAP has a dynamic opportunity for you to make equal access to justice in our community a reality by managing our Domestic Violence Legal Program. ELAP provides civil legal services to survivors of domestic violence (DV) throughout King County. As a member of the leadership team this position reports to the Executive Director. For more information, click here.
Click here for more information.
Legal Forum II:
Sentencing Reform & Washington's Marijuana Law

Working with the Senior Lawyers Section of the Washington State Bar Association, TSO has lined up two preeminent speakers to discuss prison sentencing reform (September 16 at 10 AM) and Washington's new marijuana law (September 17 at 10 AM) in Room 1125, North Campus, Bellevue College.
Sentencing Reform (9/16): The United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world; vastly higher than our nearest competitors for this title, Rwanda, Russia, Iran & Brazil. Progressives and conservatives agree that something must be done about this problem. Learn about the incarceration crisis from a man-in-the-trenches, Thomas W Hillier II, the Federal Public Defender in Western Washington for 32 years. Tom, now a member of the Perkins, Coie firm (Seattle office) will review the history of the dramatic rise in imprisonment in the United States and discuss recent events that signal a hope for change.
Washington's Marijuana Law (9/17): After making a purchase at a state-sanctioned marijuana emporium, can an FBI agent bust you for possession? Former Washington State Bar Association President Salvador A. Mungia II, a member of the Gordon, Thomas Honeywell firm (Tacoma office), will provide an overview of how Washington became one of first two states to legalize recreational marijuana for adults. Among other things, Sal will discuss the current practice of certain local jurisdictions banning marijuana retail sales and whether these local jurisdictions have violated state law.
Location: Bellevue College North Campus, Room 1125, 14673 NE 29th Place, Bellevue.
Alison Holcomb
Joint Membership Luncheon
Thursday, October 15, 2015
 Daniel's Broiler Bellevue
Speaker:  Alison Holcomb, ACLU
Ms. Holcomb will speak about the ACLU's Campaign to End Mass Incarceration. She is the Campaign's National Director.
The luncheon will also feature the annual ELAP Volunteer Appreciation Awards. Mark your calendar now!
Bellevue Offices for Rent
AV Business/Estate Plan law firm has office available for a small firm. Great for startup! Occupants are all attorneys. Relaxed park-like setting near downtown Bellevue. Receptionist, mail, fax, copier, scanner, shredding, conference and seminar rooms, tax library, kitchen, and shower. FREE PARKING for tenants and clients.
Easy in & out + freeway access to I-405, I-90, and SR520.
Details are available at www.bellevueprofessionaloffices.com.
Call Hans, Mike, David or George at 425.453.4455.
Office Space for Rent
Bellevue Office Space
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