The Oregon State Bar Bulletin -AUGUST/ SEPTEMBER 2002

Features

Staying Afloat
Finding a safe harbor in
today's legal economy

By Cliff Collins

Military Justice
A singular opportunity
for significant service

By Victor Kelley

Profiles in the Law
Ray Crutchley & Sean Hartfield:
Close to Their Hearts
By Linda Campillo

Departments

Letters to the Editor

Briefs

OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
Ethics Rules: Too many, too confusing?
By George A. Riemer

Managing Your Practice
Cyber Solutions: Practice management tips for busy lawyers
By Beverly Michaelis

Legal Practice Tips
Publish or Perish: The copyright law's little-known requirement
By Leonard D. Duboff

Oregon Legal Heritage
Growing Pains: Recollections of the 1977 OSB specialization controversy
By John D. Ryan

Discipline

Bar News

Among Ourselves

Moves

In Memoriam

Classifieds

Parting Thoughts
On Jury Duty: 'Too important to be trusted to trained men'
By Fred A. Granata

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A sample querying by the Bulletin looks into how various sizes and types of Oregon firms are faring in the current economic climate. The results are mixed, with firms emphasizing the positive, according to writer Cliff Collins.