Oregon State Bar Bulletin — OCTOBER 2007

Features

Postcards From Afghanistan
Three Oregon State Bar members
send dispatches from the desert

Compiled and edited by Cliff Collins

Justice John Paul Stevens
A maverick, liberal, libertarian,
conservative statesman on the Court

By Jeff Bleich, Daniel Powell, Aimee Feinberg and Michelle Friedland

Columns

Bar Counsel
Lawyer as Witness: Preserving the distinction between advocacy and evidence
By Helen Hierschbiel

The Legal Writer
The Beauty of the Verb:
Creating a picture in every sentence

By M. H. Sam Jacobson

Legal.Online
Summer Recruiting Sites
— Part II: Flubs and dubs

By Robert J. Ambrogi

Profiles in the Law
The Other End of the Leash:
Akin Blitz brings pet therapy
to the hurting and fragile

By Cliff Collins

Managing Your Practice
Brave New World:
Risk management in
the electronic era

By Mark J. Fucile

Legal Practice Tips
Show Me the (Canadian) Money:
Enforcing judgments in British Columbia

By Michael Bertoldi

Parting Thoughts
A Super Standard of Care?
By Daniel C. Re

Departments

Letters

Briefs

Bar Notes
OSB CLE
Bar News

Bar Actions
Discipline
Reinstatements
Applications

Bar People
Among Ourselves
Moves
In Memoriam

Classifieds


In their own words, three Oregon lawyers reflect on their recent experiences in a just-developing legal system. Capt. Bryan J. Libel, Maj. Gregory L. Day and William “Scotty” Sells write from Afghanistan.