Oregon State Bar Bulletin - OCTOBER 2003


Free Speech in Oregon
A framework under fire
By William R. Long

Kadderly at 100
The Oregon court’s most fateful decision
By Hans Linde

Profiles in the Law
Doug MacCourt: Revitalizing the Brownfields
By Melody Finnemore


Letters to the Editor


OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
The Long Arm of the Law:
Jurisdiction and choice of
law in disciplinary proceedings

By George A. Riemer

Managing Your Practice
The Complete Deal:
Risk management for the lawyer-scrivener
By Emily Eichenhorn

Legal Practice Tips
Worldwide Trademark:
Some caveats when protecting
your client’s 'brand'

By Leonard D. Duboff


Bar News

Among Ourselves


In Memoriam


Parting Thoughts
How You Can Help
By Theresa L. Wright

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Has Oregon’s 21-year-old framework for adjudicating free speech claims outlived its usefulness? William R. Long explores the status, and future, of free speech in Oregon.