Oregon State Bar Bulletin - FEBRUARY/MARCH 2003


Pro Bono, Pendleton Style
Reaching rural clients becomes
‘Mission: Possible’

By Janay Haas

Realizing the Rule of Law
Jury trials come to the Russian far east
By Paul J. De Muniz

Profiles in the Law
Benjamin Wolff: Legal Prodigy
By Cliff Collins


Letters to the Editor


OSB Continuing Legal Education

Message from the Board
The OSB Wants You:
A call for volunteers

By Denny Rawlinson & Charlie R. Williamson

Bar Counsel
Panacea or Quagmire?
Defining ‘the practice of law’

By George A. Riemer

Managing Your Practice
The Targeted Resume:
Getting the headhunter's attention

By Linda Green Pierce

Legal Practice Tips
Visual Aids: 20 rules to apply
when making presentations

By David J. Dempsey

Law & Life
Justice in Kosovo:
Seeking a return to law and order

By Johnathan S. Haub


Bar News

Among Ourselves


In Memoriam


Parting Thoughts
A Helping Hand
By Ann Postlewaite

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For every rural legal aid program, one of the obstacles is the difficulty of making contact with potential clients. How program lawyers have dealt with that obstacle varies, author Janay Haas finds.