Oregon State Bar Bulletin – FEBRUARY/MARCH 2006

Features

Elimination of Bias
Membership to consider MCLE
rule change on EOB credit enforcement

By Janine Robben

Advisory Vote
MCLE Elimination of Bias Requirement

Retired But Remembered
Oregon lawyers reminisce
about Justice Sandra Day O’Connor

By Barbara Smythe

Advice and Dissent
The role of politics in
U.S. Supreme Court appointments

By Jeff Bleich

Profiles in the Law
Maj. Gen. Raymond (Fred) Rees:
General Practice

By Cliff Collins

 

Departments

Letters to the Editor

Briefs

OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
Q & A:
Understanding the OSB Disciplinary Board
By George Riemer

Client Security Fund Report
Mixed Bag:
Claims paid in 2005 rise,
but so do recoveries

By Sylvia E. Stevens

Managing Your Practice
Parting Company:
Who gets what when
lawyers and clients split?
By Mark J. Fucile

Legal Practice Tips
Consider the Intangibles:
Disposition of important property
By Leonard D. Duboff & Marisa N. James

Discipline

Bar News

Among Ourselves

Moves

In Memoriam

Classifieds

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“Should the rules of professional conduct…be amended to provide that no member…shall be subject to suspension, or otherwise be subject to any sanction, for failing to complete or report any MCLE credit hours on the subject of elimination of bias?” The OSB membership will weigh in on this question soon.