Oregon State Bar Bulletin — JANUARY 2005

CLE Seminars

25th Annual Northwest Securities Institute
Feb. 11, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Feb. 12, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
9.5 general and 1 ethics credit
(Washington credits pending)
Embassy Suites Hotel, Portland

Don’t miss the premier securities law program in the Northwest, featuring senior SEC officials, state regulators and leading securities practitioners. Learn the latest enforcement developments. Explore the convergence of private litigation, regulatory enforcement and criminal entanglement. Analyze ethical conundrums unique to securities practice. Consider important corporate governance concerns and other hot topics. No video replay.

How to Keep Clients Happy, with Gary Richards
Feb. 25, 9 a.m.-4:15 p.m.
5.75 general or practical skills credits
DoubleTree Hotel Lloyd Center, Portland

Legal skills and expertise are not the only things clients want from an attorney. Keeping your clients happy is critical to the success of your practice. This program will feature practical and specific tips on managing realistic client expectations and meeting them every time. Keeping clients satisfied benefits you financially and minimizes unneeded stress. Management coach Gary Richards will share information tailored to the practice of law. Learn how to build rapport and maintain client trust, and leave with concrete tools to implement in practice right away.

Ast (3/25) CB (3/18) Eug (3/25) GP (3/17) HR (3/18) Klam (3/18) LG (3/18) LO (4/9) Med (3/25) New (3/25) Pend (3/25) Red (3/25) Rose (3/17) Salem (3/18) Vale (3/18)

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CLE Publications

Uniform Criminal Jury Instructions

You’re on your way to court. Do you have the jury instructions you need? You’ll find them in the book of instructions prepared by the Oregon State Bar Committee on Uniform Criminal Jury Instructions. The 2004 supplement includes 37 new instructions, which address the medical use of marijuana, the defense of reasonable physical force and numerous crimes, including failure to report as a sex offender, interfering with a firefighter, interfering with a peace officer, breath test refusal, assaulting a law enforcement animal, unlawful possession of fictitious identification, unlawful production of identification cards, misuse of an identification card, false application for a driver license and using an invalid driver license. This update also includes 14 revised instructions and a guide to creating instructions on environmental crimes.

To order the book or the 2004 supplement, call the OSB Order Desk at (503) 684-7413 or, toll-free in Oregon, (800) 452-8260, ext. 413, You can also order online at www.osbar.org.

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Coming Up

March 4- 5 12th Annual Litigation Institute & Retreat

March 11 Current Issues in Juvenile Law

April 1 Section 1983 Cases

April 15-16 18th Annual Northwest Bankruptcy Institute

April 22 Medicine for Lawyers with Larry Cohen

April 29 Family Law

May 12-13 Fifth Oregon Tax Institute

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