Oregon State Bar Bulletin – DECEMBER 2004

Features

Putting It Together
A new way of recognizing the value of, and demand for, pro bono legal services
By Melody Finnemore

Legal Services Loses a Friend
By John Paul Graff

Rock the RPCs
Part II
By Peter R. Jarvis,
David J. Elkanich & Rene C. Holmes

Profiles in the Law
Edward Monks: Taking the Next Step
By Cliff Collins

 

Departments

Letters to the Editor

Briefs

OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
Organization as Client:
New Rule 1.13 of the approved
Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct

By Chris Mullmann

Legal Practice Tips
Strategically Speaking:
The Five Golden Rules of Negotiation for lawyers
By Marty Latz

Oregon Legal Heritage
Living History:
Charles S. Crookham (1923-2004)
By Berkeley Crookham

Discipline

Bar News

Among Ourselves

Moves

In Memoriam

Classifieds

Parting Thoughts
State Hospital Needs Our Help
By Bob Joondeph

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Along with making it easier for attorneys to track their pro bono hours, the Oregon State Bar is initiating other programs to encourage voluntary legal service. Freelance writer Melody Finnemore explains.