Oregon State Bar Bulletin — JANUARY 2006

CLE Seminars

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About
Juvenile Law but Were Afraid to Ask
Friday, Jan. 27, 2006,
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
7 general MCLE credits
World Forestry Center, Portland

This day-long seminar is packed with valuable, practical information. From the nuts and bolts of adoption to the use of psychotropic medication for children in state custody, experienced practitioners and judges will share their knowledge and expertise. Topics will also include a look at what judges really think (and what they can do), as well as a legislative update.

Ast (3/10/06) CB (3/3/06) Eug (3/10/06) GP (3/2/06) HR (3/3/06) Klam (3/3/06) LG (3/3/06) LO (3/8/06) Med (3/10/06) New (3/10/06) Pend (3/10/06) Red (3/10/06 ) Rose (3/2/06) Salem (3/3/06) Vale (3/3/06)

Time Mastery for Lawyers:
68 Ways to Maximize Your Productivity and Satisfaction
Friday, Feb. 17, 2006,
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
6 general CLE or practical skills (personal management) credits
Oregon Convention Center, Portland

Even the most organized practitioner can feel out of control, at times drowning in a sea of paperwork and endless detail. Here’s your chance to turn over a new leaf for the new year with this seminar by nationally recognized speaker and author, Frank Sanitate. Learn practical ways to become more productive and satisfied by allowing you to take charge of your work, your time and your life with practical tools and skills. Never again say, "I don’t have enough time!"

Ast (3/17/06) CB (3/10/06) Eug (3/17/06) GP (3/9/06) HR (3/10/06) Klam (3/10/06) LG (3/10/06) LO (3/15/06) Med (3/17/06) New (3/17/06) Pend (3/17/06) Red (3/17/06 ) Rose (3/9/06) Salem (3/10/06) Vale (3/10/06)

Business Valuation for Lawyers
Friday, Feb. 24, 2006,
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
6.5 general CLE credits
World Forestry Center, Portland

An expanded, encore presentation of last summer's half-day seminar, this information-packed daylong presentation will explain the standard definition of value in divorce and tax valuations and why the definition of value "drives" the valuation conclusion. You will also learn how to select and work with valuation professionals and learn how to recognize a well-written valuation report. This presentation will include an in-depth case analysis, discussion of generally accepted valuation approaches and methods with emphasis on key judgment calls, and common mistakes made by the valuator. Other topics include minority interest, marketability, key person and built-in-gain discounts, and commonly used bodies of empirical evidence for supporting the appraiser's judgment in quantifying applicable valuation discounts.

Ast (3/24/06) CB (3/17/06) Eug (3/24/06) GP (3/16/06) HR (3/17/06) Klam (3/17/06) LG (3/17/06) LO (3/22/06) Med (3/24/06) New (3/24/06) Pend (3/24/06) Red (3/24/06 ) Rose (3/16/06) Salem (3/17/06) Vale (3/17/06)

For additional CLE Seminars information

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, available February 2006. The 2005 supplement will include many amended instructions, several new instructions and an updated Users Guide.

To order the book or the 2005 supplement, please call the OSB Service Desk at (503) 684-7413 or, toll-free in Oregon: (800) 452-8260, ext. 413. You can also order online at www.osbar.org.

For additional CLE Publications information

Coming Up

March 10-11 13th Annual Litigation Institute & Retreat

March 17 Representing Clients with Personality Disorders

April 14-15 19th Annual Northwest Bankruptcy Institute

May 12 Employment Discrimination and Civil Rights

May 19 Accounting and Finance for Lawyers

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