Oregon State Bar Bulletin - JUNE 2003

Features

Going Small
Their numbers rising, sole and small-firm practitioners face new challenges head-on
By Cliff Collins

Promising or Problematic?
Liberalizing restructions on multistate practice
By Peter R. Jarvis

Profiles in the Law
Hon. Edward Jones: Vocation Vacation
By Constance Emerson Crooker

Departments

Letters to the Editor

Briefs

OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
New DR 1-105:
Written ethics advisory opinions

By George A. Riemer

Legal Practice Tips
Facilitative Mediation:
The alternative dispute resolution alternative

By Carol Weigler & Jerard Weigler

Oregon Legal Heritage
Ex Libris: A lament for libraries
By Randall B. Kester

Discipline

Bar News

Among Ourselves

Moves

In Memoriam

Classifieds

Parting Thoughts
Can Oregon’s Death Penalty Survive?
By Eric Cumfer

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Almost 4,000 of the Oregon State Bar’s active membership of 11,822 practice in firms of five or fewer members. More than half of those firms — 2,439 — are sole practitioners’ offices. Writer Cliff Collins explores the challenges of 'going small.'