Oregon State Bar Bulletin — APRIL 2008

Features

The Only Lawyer in Town
And you think YOU feel isolated…
By Janine Robben

When the Government is Listening in
Advising clients under
surveillance

By Thomas H. Nelson &
Mark J. Fucile

Columns

Bar Counsel
Ethical Negotiations:
An oxymoron?

By Helen Hierschbiel

The Legal Writer
Writing with Oregon
Style: Gee, what are
we to do?

By Suzanne E. Rowe

Legal.Online
Fingerprints and Clusters:
New legal search tool
has broad potential

By Robert J. Ambrogi

Profiles in the Law
Advocacy in Action:
Judge Richard Barron, a
champion for community
on and off the bench

By Melody Finnemore

Legal Practice Tips
Marks for Law Firms:
Trademarks, that is

By Leonard D. DuBoff &
Christy O. King

Managing Your Practice
Engaging Lawyers-For-
Hire: Do your homework
when hiring temporary
lawyers

By Emily Eichenhorn

Parting Thoughts
Fair Trials at Guantanamo:
Why they matter to all of us

By William H. Neukom

Departments

Letters

Briefs

Bar Notes
OSB CLE
Bar News

Bar Actions
Discipline
Reinstatements
Applications

Bar People
Among Ourselves
Moves
In Memoriam

Classifieds


According the bar’s 2007 economic survey,
25 percent of Oregon attorneys say they are
sole practitioners. Janine Robben shares the
stories of the lawyers who form what many
call “Oregon’s largest law firm.”