Oregon State Bar Military Assistance Panel
The Oregon State Bar Military Assistance Panel program is designed to address legal concerns of Oregon service members and their families immediately before, after, and during deployment. The panel provides opportunities for Oregon attorneys to receive specialized training and offer pro bono services to service members deployed overseas.
Initiated in 2003, by Oregon Attorney General Hardy Myers, Oregon Supreme Court Chief Justice Wallace P. Carson, Department of Veterans’ Affairs and the OSB, the program now has over 120 volunteer attorneys.
Registration for Lawyers
The program, administered by the OSB, provides opportunities for Oregon attorneys to receive specialized training and offer pro bono services to deployed service members and their families.
The One for All:
What Every Practitioner Must Know About the Servicemembers' Civil Relief Act (SCRA)
Sponsors: OSB Military Assistance Panel and the Professional Liability Fund
Credits: 3.25 MCLE General Credits