The Oregon State Bar Bulletin - DECEMBER 2002

Features

Different Paths
How four family law practioners balance professional and client needs
By Cliff Collins

Dissenting from Not Deciding
Clues about what the law might become and how it will get there
By Jeff Bleich & Deborah Pearlstein

Profiles in the Law
Carlotta H. Sorensen:
Witness to Change
By Cliff Collins

Departments

Letters to the Editor

Briefs

OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
Conscripted Labor: Can Oregon lawyers be compelled to represent indigents for free?
By George A. Riemer

Managing Your Practice
Put it in Writing:
Although it seems like a lot of letter writing, it is a better way to practice law

By Carol Wilson

Legal Practice Tips
Suing and Defending CEOs:
Highlights of civil liability
and recent legislation

By Michelle A. Blackwell

Discipline

Among Ourselves

Moves

In Memoriam

Classifieds

Parting Thoughts
What an Interesting Year
By Angel Lopez

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More and more, family lawyers are incorporating features of unbundling into their practices in short, limiting the work they do to one or more aspects of family law. Meet four attorneys who illustrate examples of this trend.