Oregon State Bar Bulletin – JANUARY 2004

Features

The Problem Solver
Bill Carter – lawyer, arbitrator, mediator and volunteer – is the OSB’s new president
By Cliff Collins

The Dream
Remembering the March on Washington
By Jacob Tanzer

Departments

Letters to the Editor

Briefs

OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
Client Assistance: A preliminary report
Preemption showdowns could be on the horizon

By Chris L. Mullmann

Managing Your Practice
WORSA vs. ORS: A comparison of West’s annotated statutes to “official ORS”
By Stephanie Midkiff

Oregon Legal Heritage
Laws of Exclusion:
A foundation of my childhood
By Charlotte B. Rutherford

Discipline

Bar News

Among Ourselves

Moves

In Memoriam

Classifieds

Parting Thoughts
Back to the Future
By Jad B. Lemhouse

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Bill Carter — lawyer, arbitrator, mediator and volunteer — is the new president of the Oregon State Bar. Carter, a long-time southern Oregonian, is seen here (and the cover) at the pioneer statue in the Ashland’s downtown plaza, which is dedicated to his great-great grandfather and grandmother, Henry B. and Harriet H. Carter. Henry was an early day banker in Ashland.