Oregon State Bar Bulletin – NOVEMBER 2004

Features

A Matter of Degrees
J.D. + Ph.D. = Demand and career success
By Cliff Collins

Rock the RPCs
Part I
By Peter R. Jarvis,
David J. Elkanich & Rene C. Holmes

Profiles in the Law
John Bradach Sr.: A Personal Mission
By Melody Finnemore

 

Departments

Letters to the Editor

Briefs

OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
Supervising Nonlawyers:
The watchwords are “train” and “supervise”
By Helen Hierschbiel

Managing Your Practice
Drainmakers:
Dealing with under-productive partners

By Ed Wesemann

Legal Practice Tips
Quiet Caution:
What you don’t say can hurt you
By Ravi Puri

Discipline

Bar News

Among Ourselves

Moves

In Memoriam

Classifieds

Parting Thoughts
The Odyssey of Oregon’s Death Penalty
By William R. Long

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Engineers, and especially scientists who also get their law degrees, either before or after practicing in their respective fields, are finding themselves in demand by the large, full-service firms. Freelance writer Cliff Collins explores the trend.