Oregon State Bar Bulletin — MAY 2008

Features

When is a Kid a Kid?
Determining when an adolescent acquires a legal right or responsibility can be confusing
By Janine Robben

The Unprofessionalism Challenge
Professional strategies for dealing with others’ conduct
By Richard J. Vangelisti

Columns

Bar Counsel
What Can You Do?:
When a client repudiates
a settlement

By Sylvia Stevens

The Legal Writer
E-Writing: tips 4 btr comm
By Suzanne E. Rowe

Legal.Online
An Accelerating Trend:
Case law just
wants to be free

By Robert J. Ambrogi

Profiles in the Law
A Chance for Change:
Margaret Weddell sees
opportunities to make a
difference at work

By Melody Finnemore

Book Review
A “Tell-Enough” Memoir:
Chornicle of a 20th
century pioneer

By Ira Zarov

Managing Your Practice
Accepting Temporary Assignments:
Be sure to balance rewards with risks

By Emily Eichenhorn

Parting Thoughts
Verifying Secret Vote
Counts: Secretary of state
must lead the way

By Virginia L. Ross

Departments

Letters

Briefs

Bar Notes
OSB CLE
Bar News

Bar Actions
Discipline
Reinstatements
Applications

Bar People
Among Ourselves
Moves
In Memoriam

Classifieds


When is a child a child — and when is a child an adult? Current events can confound even the most seasoned practitioner. Janine Robben examines the state of children’s rights
and juvenile law.