The Oregon State Bar Bulletin - April 2002

Features

A Time to Kill?
Reflections on the Oregon death penalty
By William R. Long

Keeping Company
Representing start-up businesses in good times and bad
By Mark Fucile

Is Winning Everything?
'Professionalism' doesn't have to mean 'doormat'
By Peter M. Appleton

Profiles in the Law
Brian Booth: Oregon's Man of the Book
By Cliff Collins

Departments

Letters to the Editor

Briefs

OSB CLE Programs

OSB CLE Publications

Bar Counsel
DR News: New (and evolving) developments in the disciplinary rules
By Sylvia E. Stevens

Legal Practice Tips
Expert Witnesses: The do's and don'ts of using expert witnesses
By Scott E. Miller

Discipline

Bar News

Among Ourselves

Lawyer Announcements

Moves

Directory of Advertisers

In Memoriam

Classifieds

Parting Thoughts
The Next Oregon Constitutional Revolution
By Roy Pulvers

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Does the Oregon death penalty work? OSB member William R. Long explores the history of the state's death penalty statute and a legal system that seems highly ambivalent about putting people to death in Oregon.