Oregon State Bar Bulletin – JUNE 2005

Features

Client Quest
More and more firms turn
to business development models

By Cliff Collins

Juvenile Court Grows Up
A look back at Oregonís first 100 years of children and the courts
By Janine Robben

Profiles in the Law
Leonard DuBoff: A Zeal for Writing
By Janine Robben

 

Departments

Letters to the Editor

Briefs

OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
Meet the Client:
Considering the duties owed to prospective clients
By Chris Mullmann

Managing Your Practice
Why Conflicts Matter:
Conflicts are no longer
the sole province of bar discipline

By Mark J. Fucile

Law & Life
Making the List:
Practices that lead to a
high measure of satisfaction

By Mary Overgaard

Discipline

Bar News

Among Ourselves

Moves

In Memoriam

Classifieds

Parting Thoughts
Pearls of Wisdom
By the OSB Class of 1955

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Not just large firms, but also those with 30 to 40 lawyers, are choosing to add business development staff, either part-time or full-time. The reason: greater control over quality and cost. Freelance writer Cliff Collins explores the latest trend in rainmaking.