Oregon State Bar Bulletin — JUNE 2011

Features

Model of Mentorship
As New Batch of Attorneys Enters the Profession, Bar Launches Year-long Mandatory Program
By Melody Finnemore

Canceled
The End of Televised Federal Trials
By M. Kelly Tillery


Columns

Bar Counsel
Confidentially Speaking:
The Many Faces of Mentoring

By Helen Hierschbiel

The Legal Writer
The Formula: Becoming or Hiring a Capable Legal Writer
By Rebekah Hanley

Legal.Online
To-Do List Tips: Two Sites to Help Simplify Daunting Tasks
By Robert J. Ambrogi

Profiles in the Law
Hooping it Up: Michelle Blackwell Finds Balance in Her Career and Life Literally
By Cliff Collins

Managing Your Practice
Should You Ever Sue a Client? (And Alternatives If You Don't)
By Mark J. Fucile

Legal Practice Tips
Get it Right the First Time: Settling Ownership of Vehicles
By William Leslie

Parting Thoughts
Jury Trials
By Peter M. Appleton



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Letters

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Bar Notes
CLE
Bar News

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Discipline
Reinstatements
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Bar People
Among Ourselves
Moves
In Memoriam

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With the launch of the New Lawyer Mentoring Program for incoming members, the Oregon State Bar aims to provide personalized guidance for new members as they establish their practice. Melody Finnemore explains how the year-long program will promote professionalism, civility and collegiality.