Oregon State Bar Bulletin — FEBRUARY/MARCH 2005

CLE Seminars

Current Issues in Juvenile Law: Sex and Science
March 11, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
5.25 general CLE credits and 1 child abuse reporting credit
World Forestry Center, Portland

Juvenile law practice is changing. Explore cutting edge developments in juvenile law, ranging from treatment options and alternatives for sex offenders to medical and scientific evidence. Stay ahead of changes impacting sex offender cases and the forensic science used in child abuse cases. Examine the child abuse reporting statute and its unique applications for juvenile law. Learn the latest information and become a more effective practitioner.

Ast (4/8) CB (4/1) Eug (4/8) GP (3/31) HR (4/1) Klam (4/1) LG (4/1) LO (4/23) Med (4/8) New (4/8) Pend (4/8) Red (4/8) Rose (3/31) Salem (4/1) Vale (4/1)

Section 1983 Cases
April 1, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
6.25 general CLE credits
Oregon Convention Center, Portland

Liability arising out of Section 1983 claims is a continuing challenge for both government lawyers and private litigators who try civil rights cases. Gain the basic substantive knowledge and procedural skills to prosecute or defend a Section 1983 civil rights claim. Topics will include attorney fees, current trends and a view from the bench, presented by the Hon. Ancer L. Haggerty, Chief Judge, United States District Court for the District of Oregon.

Ast (4/29) CB (4/22) Eug (4/29) GP (4/21) HR (4/22) Klam (4/22) LG (4/22) LO (5/14) Med (4/29) New (4/29) Pend (4/29) Red (4/29) Rose (4/21) Salem (4/22) Vale (4/22)

18th Annual Northwest Bankruptcy Institute
April 15, 9 a.m.-5:15 p.m.
April 16, 8:30 a.m.-noon
9.75 general CLE credits including .5 credit for lunch presentation, and 1 ethics credit
Grand Hyatt Seattle, Seattle

Donít miss this once-a-year opportunity to join the best and the brightest of the bankruptcy bar. The program features Northwest practitioners and judges for seven plenary sessions, including ethics and a judgesí panel, six breakout sessions to choose from and a hosted reception. The lunch presentation features Tulane University School of Law Dean Lawrence Ponoroff, who will present "The Limits of Bankruptcy Purposes and Policy: Religious Organization Filings." (Washington credits pending.)

(No video replay.)

Family Law 2005
April 29, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Credits pending
Oregon Convention Center, Portland

Breaking up is hard to do. This seminar will provide the resources and tools to deal with issues of dividing marital property (both tangible and intangible), as well as how to identify and address parenting time issues for teens.

Ast (6/3) CB (5/20) Eug (6/3) GP (5/19) HR (5/20) Klam (5/20) LG (5/20) LO (6/18) Med (6/3) New (6/3) Pend (6/3) Red (6/3) Rose (5/19) Salem (5/20) Vale (5/20)

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CLE Publications

Oregon Administrative Law

Written and edited by experienced lawyers who practice before a wide range of Oregon administrative agencies, the 2005 supplement to Oregon Administrative Law updates the original text with new case law and 2003 legislation. The book and supplement thoroughly explain the essential components of Oregonís Administrative Procedures Act, including its comprehensive definitions, rulemaking procedures, contested case procedures, procedures for judicial review of rules, contested case orders, declaratory rulings and much more.

The 2005 supplement will be available soon. Call the OSB Service Desk at (503) 684-7413 or, toll-free in Oregon, (800) 452-8260, ext. 413 for a publishing date and price.

Elder Law

The first comprehensive guide to elder law in Oregon has just been updated. Designed exclusively for attorneys whose practice involves elder law, estate planning, health law, family law or litigation on behalf of the elderly or their clients, Elder Law examines key issues affecting elderly clients, including planning for incapacity, using Social Security and Medicare, making long-term care choices, dealing with nursing home mistreatment and planning for retirement. This update also includes hundreds of tips and websites for effectively using federal, state and community resources that serve older Oregonians.

The 2005 supplement will be available soon. Call the OSB Service Desk at (503) 684-7413 or, toll-free in Oregon, (800) 452-8260, ext. 413 for a publishing date and price.

For additional CLE Publications information

Coming Up

April 1 Section 1983 Cases

April 15-16 18th Annual Northwest Bankruptcy Institute

April 22 Medicine for Lawyers with Larry Cohen

April 29 Family Law

May 12-13 Fifth Oregon Tax Institute


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