Revamped meeting set for Sept. 18-20
Although the location hasnít changed, the annual meeting has undergone some big changes. For starters, the schedule has been condensed to bring high quality education in a shorter period of time ó giving participants more time to wrap up at the office, grab the family and have some fun.
Events will take place at the Seaside
Civic & Convention Center and Best Western OceanView
Resort. Look for updates in future issues of the Bar
News and on the barís website at www.osbar.org.
Input sought on discipline proposal
To assist the members in reviewing and
commenting on the proposed new rules, the BOG has scheduled
a series of meeting in seven locations in Oregon during
March and April. Details about those meetings can also
be found on the OSB web site. For additional information,
contact Sylvia E. Stevens at (503) 431-6359 or (800)
452-8260, ext. 359 (within Oregon).
Award nominations encouraged
Nomination forms containing a description of each award and its criteria and a list of past award recipients are available from Teresa Wenzel, (503) 620-0222, ext. 386, or toll-free in Oregon at (800)-452-8260, ext. 386: fax: (503) 598-6986; or e-mail: twenzel@ osbar.org. She can be reached by mail at 5200 S.W. Meadows Road, Lake Oswego, OR 97035.
The Board of Governors will select award
recipients from the nominations received from groups
and individuals. You are encouraged to describe the
nomineeís special qualifications for the award and
to attach additional information including references
and their phone numbers. Careful and thorough preparation
will ensure that the Board of Governors has the best
information possible to consider your candidate.
Myers to receive UO law school award
The public service award was given last year for the first time to Frohnmayer who, like Myers, has served as Oregon attorney general and as a state legislator. The award subsequently was named in honor of Frohnmayer and he will present it to Hardy Myers at the April banquet.
Myers was selected by the law school alumni association from dozens of nominations.
Hardy Myers, who is in his second term as attorney general, graduated from the UO law school in 1964. He represented eastside Portland during five legislative terms and was speaker of the House from 1979 to 1983. Myers served on the Portland planning commission and the predecessor of Metro and had a distinguished career with Portlandís Stoel Rives law firm. He has been a successful law and policy reformer throughout his career.
The reception, dinner and program are
open to the entire legal community. For information
or to order tickets, call (541) 346-3865 or e-mail
Notice of reinstatement applications
Richard L. Francis of California, OSB #78206, has maintained a law office as a sole practitioner in Ventura County, California since 1979. In 1991, his membership in the Oregon State Bar was suspended for failure to pay his annual membership fees. Francis is seeking reinstatement so that he may practice law in Southern Oregon.
Margaret Moore of Portland, OSB #94208, Moore was admitted to the bar on June 21, 1994. Since the time of her transfer to inactive status on Jan. 31, 1996, she has been a self-employed free-lance film producer. She is seeking reinstatement so that she may have the option of obtaining employment as a lawyer.
C. Edward Fletcher III of Portland, OSB #84218, was admitted to the bar on September 14, 1984. He submitted his Form A resignation, effective May 27, 1987. From 1986 through 1996, he served as a faculty member of Cumberland School of Law and University of Cincinnati College of Law, and was a visiting Fulbright scholar in Budapest, Hungary. Since 1996, Mr. Fletcher has attended culinary school and traveled. He now wishes to be reinstated to active membership so that he may seek employment as a lawyer in the Portland area.
Any person with information relevant
to this inquiry is asked to contact promptly the OSB
Regulatory Services Division, P.O. Box 1689, Lake Oswego,
OR 97035-0889; (503) 620-0222 or toll-free in Oregon
at (800) 452-8260, ext. 343.
Gregory Mark Abel, Jennifer Lynn Aspaas, Neal Dean Lin Black, James Elory Carroll, Roger Thomas Dunaway, Ricki John Faoro, Charles Camillus Flower, Loren Randolph Geller, Ryan James Hall, Brooks Elliott Harlow, P. (Paul) Arley Harrel, Jr., Kristian Einar Hedine, Carol Lynn Hepburn, Marianne Kathryn Jones, Robert H. Lavitt, Constance Susan Manos Martin, Lisa Elizabeth Martin, Clifford Michael McLean, Brenda Sue Molner, Walter Hartvig Olsen, Jr., Bonita L. Olson, Daniel P. Pepple, M. Maria Socorro Rodriguez, William Joel Rutzick, Michael Bruce Saunders, Jackson Schmidt, William Breck Seiniger, Jr., Mark B. Shepherd, Kimberle Don Stephens, Joel S. Summer, Steven Shigeru Takahashi, Eugene H. Tennyson, III, Cynthia Thomas, David Mayo von Beck, James Kelly Vucinovich, Andrew C. Weisbecker, Margaret E. Wetherald, Angelique Nguyen Wiegand.
Carson to be honored
Council to meet
Equal justice gathering
Criminal law sets April event
New DR 2-105 adopted
Federal panels now open
Paralegals pick leaders