The Oregon State Bar Bulletin - DECEMBER 2002

Features

Different Paths
How four family law practioners balance professional and client needs
By Cliff Collins

Dissenting from Not Deciding
Clues about what the law might become — and how it will get there
By Jeff Bleich & Deborah Pearlstein

Profiles in the Law
Carlotta H. Sorensen:
Witness to Change
By Cliff Collins

Departments

Letters to the Editor

Briefs

OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
Conscripted Labor: Can Oregon lawyers be compelled to represent indigents for free?
By George A. Riemer

Managing Your Practice
Put it in Writing:
Although it seems like a lot of letter writing, it is a better way to practice law

By Carol Wilson

Legal Practice Tips
Suing and Defending CEOs:
Highlights of civil liability
and recent legislation

By Michelle A. Blackwell

Discipline

Among Ourselves

Moves

In Memoriam

Classifieds

Parting Thoughts
What an Interesting Year
By Angel Lopez

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More and more, family lawyers are incorporating features of unbundling into their practices — in short, limiting the work they do to one or more aspects of family law. Meet four attorneys who illustrate examples of this trend.