Oregon State Bar Bulletin — DECEMBER 2009

Features

Human Tender
Oregon Attorneys, Law Enforcement Forge Collaborative Strategy to Combat Growing Trade in Human Trafficking
By Melody Finnemore

Human Tender:
You May Encounter Trafficking in Your Practice
By Melody Finnemore

A Helping Hand
Oregon’s Legal Community Steps Up to Meet Growing Needs of the Underserved
By Melody Finnemore

A Helping Hand
How You Can Help
By Melody Finnemore


Columns

Bar Counsel
Conflicts, Part II:
Former Client Conflicts

By Sylvia Stevens

The Legal Writer
Constructive Criticism: A Generous Bonus in Down Economy
By Rebekah Hanley

Legal.Online
Legal Research: Bloomberg Wants to be a Contender
By Robert J. Ambrogi

Profiles in the Law
Providing the Means:
Howard Hudson and Rebecca May Pursue Commitment to Public Service

By Melody Finnemore

Legal Practice Tips
Cost in Translation: Taking the Pain Out of Foreign Language Documents
By Lillian Clementi

Law & Life
Home for the Holidays:
A New Lawyer’s Story

By Eric Deitrick

Parting Thoughts
A Lifetime of Lessons
By John D. Russell

Departments

Letters

Briefs

Bar Notes
OSB CLE
Bar News

Bar Actions
Discipline
Applications

Bar People
Among Ourselves
Moves
In Memoriam

Classifieds


Oregon lawyers should prepare
themselves for the possibility that they
may encounter human trafficking in their
legal practice. Even those attorneys who
do not represent victims of trafficking
have a part to play by advising clients on
human trafficking laws in order to avoid
exploitation of their workers, as Melody
Finnemore reports.