Oregon State Bar Bulletin DECEMBER 2012
Sixth Annual Women’s Wellness Retreat to be Held April 26, 27
The Oregon Attorney Assistance Program and Oregon Women Lawyers invite you to save April 26 and 27, 2013 for the Sixth Annual Women’s Wellness Retreat for Lawyers.
This event will be held at The Resort at the Mountain in Welches and will include CLE credits, spa treatments, hiking, biking, swimming, soaking and more. Relax, restore and socialize with other women in the law.
Watch for more details in the OAAP In Sight publication and broadcast emails, or call OAAP attorney counselors Meloney Crawford or Shari Gregory at (503) 226-1057 or (800) 321-6227.
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‘Night with a Million Lights’ Coming Dec. 19
The Multnomah Bar Association and the MBA Young Lawyers Section are presenting the second annual Night with a Million Lights.
Join them at the Portland Children’s Museum and the Oregon Zoo for ZooLights on Wednesday, Dec. 19, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Meet at the Children’s Museum (across the parking lot from the zoo entrance) for refreshments and fun before heading over to the zoo to enjoy the lights.
This event is open to all ages. Questions? Contact Kathy at the MBA at (503) 222-3275 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
7th Annual OHBA Award Dinner Scheduled on Feb. 15
The Oregon Hispanic Bar Association will honor Roman D. Hernandez with the 2013 Paul J. De Muniz Professionalism Award at its Seventh Annual Award Dinner on Friday, Feb. 15 at the Hilton Hotel in Portland. Judge Jimmie V. Reyna, judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, will be the keynote speaker.
Each year, the OHBA honors an individual who elevates the practice of law by a combination of the following: exemplary professionalism, significant contribution to the justice system and the public, exceptional courage in the face of adversity, outstanding service to the bench and bar, outstanding service to the people of Oregon, exceptional volunteer work and community service, outstanding efforts in providing free or low cost services to the poor, significant contribution to advancing legal education in Oregon, dedication to mentoring students and legal professionals, exemplary dedication to the OHBA, and exemplary service to the Latino community.
Information about tickets for the dinner can be found on the OHBA website at www.oregonhispanicbar.org.
Public Interest Law Project Annual Fundraiser Set for Feb. 8
The Public Interest Law Project’s largest fundraiser is its annual auction, supporting the Summer Stipend Program and Loan Repayment Assistance Program at Lewis & Clark Law School.
The 23rd annual PILP auction will be Friday, Feb. 8, 2013 at the Multnomah Athletic Club. This year the event takes the theme, “An Evening in Paris.”
The gala event brings together the Portland legal community, Lewis & Clark law students and faculty and public interest law supporters to celebrate the work of PILP stipend recipients and volunteers throughout the year — and, most importantly, to raise money to bridge the justice gap between those who can afford legal help and those who need it. The auction raises funds to provide stipends and loan assistance to students and alumni who work for the public interest.
The event starts at 5:30 p.m.
Judges’ Portraits to be Unveiled at Hatfield U.S. Courthouse
The U.S. District Court of Oregon Historical Society and the U.S. District Court of Oregon invite all to the unveiling of the portraits of senior judges Garr M. King and Ancer L. Haggerty.
The event will be Monday, Feb. 4, 2013, at 4 p.m., in the 16th floor courtroom of the Hatfield U.S. Courthouse in downtown Portland.
Also to be honored will be senior judge Michael R. Hogan, who has retired after 39 years of service to the judiciary. Appetizers and refreshments will be served after a short program.
Attendees are reminded to bring photo identification to enter the courthouse.