308-12-335 - When can I call myself an architect if I don't have a Washington license?
308-12-335. When can I call myself an architect if I don't have a Washington license?
You can use the title "architect" without an active Washington license when you are identifying your profession under the following circumstances:
(1) You are a United States government employee or officer engaged in architectural activities solely for said government and you are currently licensed in any U.S. jurisdiction.
(2) You are an instructor at an accredited architectural degree program in architecture engaged solely in teaching activities and you are currently licensed in any U.S. jurisdiction.
(3) You are offering to practice architecture as defined in RCW 18.08.310(2), including participation in design competition.
Statutory Authority: RCW 18.08.340 and 43.24.086. 11-11-019, § 308-12-335, filed 5/9/11, effective 7/1/11.
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