Oregon State Bar Bulletin – OCTOBER 2006


Expanding Access
Lawyers and banks team up to
boost legal aid services through Oregon

By Amelie Welden

Succeeding at Succession
Firms broach the issues of
retirement and succession planning

By Melody Finnemore

Profiles in the Law
William R. Pierznik: Walking on a Ledge
By Cliff Collins


Letters to the Editor


OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
Former Client Conflicts:
Differences without (much) distinction
By Helen Hierschbiel

Managing Your Practice
What Money Canít Buy:
A strategy to reintroduce
organized mentoring in firms
By Paul Burton

The Legal Writer
Unblocking Writerís Block:
Moving ideas from head to page
By Suzanne E. Rowe


Bar News

Among Ourselves


In Memoriam


Parting Thoughts
Letís Keep Politics Out of the Courts
By Susan Marmaduke & Jim Mountain

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There have been several unexpected but welcome events made possible by special-projects grants from the Oregon Law Foundation this year. The grants provided funding to expand a legal clinic, re-open a legal aid office in Klamath Falls, sustain a domestic violence clinic at the University of Oregon, develop a traveling immigration seminar and more. OSB marketing specialist Amelie Welden explains the developments