Oregon State Bar Bulletin — DECEMBER 2006


Here Come the Judges
Concern for unrepresented
litigants lures judges to pro bono

By Janine Robben

A Fine Sense of Justice
Wallace P. Carson Jr. retires with record as Oregon's longest-servoing chief justice
By Janine Robben

Justice on Trial
The gathering storm
By Hon. Edward J. Jones


Letters to the Editor


OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
Who Decides?:
The lawyer, the client of the court?
By Chris Mullmann

Managing Your Practice
Drawing a Bright Line:
The "Who is the Clint?" question
By Mark J. Fucile

The Legal Writer
Perfect Proofing:
10 steps toward error-free documents
By Suzanne E. Rowe

Legal Practice Tips
Texas Two-step:
Rethinking State v. Jacob
By Jesse Wm. Barton


Bar News

Among Ourselves


In Memoriam


Profiles in the Law
Jacque Jurkins: Madame Librarian
By Melody Finnemore

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His life in public service did not begin when he became chief justice in 1991, a position he stepped down from on December 31, 2005 (He will retire as a justice on December 31, 2006.) He also has been a military pilot, a practicing lawyer, a state legislator, a state court judge and a state supreme court justice. Janine Robben profiles the life, career and contributions of Wallace P. Carson Jr.