Oregon State Bar Bulletin — DECEMBER 2006

Features

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

Departments

Letters to the Editor

Briefs

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

Discipline

Bar News

Among Ourselves

Moves

In Memoriam

Classifieds

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

— Bulletin home page


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.