Washington Leadership Institute Curriculum
The Washington Leadership Institute curriculum consists of three components:
Professional Development Sessions
The program is composed of eight educational sessions which run from January through August. Sessions vary in length from one to two days. 100% attendance and participation is required of all fellows.
Community Service Project
Each class develops and executes a community service project.
Fellows make a two-year commitment to the program. Following the completion of the first year, Fellows commit to one year of participation in the Washington State Bar Association or other law-related organization in some capacity, be it on a WSBA section or committee, as a participant in a bar or community-related activity.
Past community service projects
- No me quedaré callada: Photo story 1 in English | Fotonovela 1 en Español
- No me quedaré callada: Photo story 2 in English | Fotonovela 2 en Español
- No me quedaré callada: Photo story 3 in English | Fotonovela 3 en Español
Washington State Gubernatorial Pardon Process: A How-to Guide for those facing deportation based on a past criminal conviction (documents not available)
"Credit Abuse and Predatory Lending" CLE at Seattle University
"Justice for All: Our Profession, Our Responsibility" (video no longer available)
What Would You Do If You Knew You Couldn't Fail? Five Washington Leaders Discuss Their Paths to Success — A project to empower the diversity pipeline by reaching out to middle and high school students.
Lesson Plan and Workshop Module (videos no longer available)