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FindLaw Releases New Washington Codes Section

By Casey C. Sullivan, Esq. on September 19, 2016 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

If you're a legal professional in the Evergreen State, we've got some good news for you. FindLaw just launched its new Washington Revised Code and Constitution section, bringing you the best source for Washington codes you can find.

So if you're wondering about Washington's civil procedure laws or the state's probate law, wonder no more. FindLaw's here to help you out -- for free.

FindLaw's New Revised Code of Washington Section

FindLaw's Washington code section comes to you as a result of our partnership with Thomson Reuters Westlaw, FindLaw's sister company. That allows us to bring you thousands of pages of Washington laws, courtesy of the leader in online legal research, and it doesn't cost you a dime.

So if you're looking for information about state pest management laws in Pullman or fishing licenses in Neah Bay, you can find it on FindLaw.

Coupled with FindLaw's other offerings, like our Ninth Circuit blog, Washington case law, and practice management guides, and you have just about everything you could need, all in one place and all for free.

Simple, Shareable, Mobile-Friendly

One of the best features of FindLaw's new Washington codes section is how simple it is to use. Organization, search, and navigation are easy and intuitive, thanks to a drop-down menu that lets helps you find just what you need without having to go through page after page of codes.

If you want to save or share your research, that's easy as well. There's a share button at the bottom of every page. In just a few clicks, you can email a code section to yourself or a colleague. And when you need to research an issue further, you can simply log in to Westlaw straight from the code page.

And since you never know when you'll need to check on the law, we've made our codes section mobile-friendly. That means you can pull out your phone to research landlord and tenant law from the courthouse or browse state property tax laws from your tablet while working from a coffee shop.

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