Oregon State Bar Bulletin — JUNE 2009

Features

Myths, History and Destiny
Emerging Focus on Indian
Law is Sorting It All Out

By Janine Robben

Governing on the Cheap
Penurious Clock-Peddling
Yankees, Weeping Jeremiahs
and the Founding of
the Oregon Constitution

By Jack L. Landau

Columns

Bar Counsel
Top 10 Myths:
The Duty of Confidentiality

By Helen Hierschbiel

The Legal Writer
Clear or Confusing? When Repetition Works (and Doesn’t)
By Suzanne E. Rowe

Legal.Online
Alive and Well: Law Schools Continue to Innovate Online
By Robert J. Ambrogi

Profiles in the Law
Family Man: Adoption Attorney Scott Adams Takes His Business Very Personally
By Melody Finnemore

Member Message
Admission on Motion:
Proposed Rule Change: Reciprocity Admission

By Hon. Jill Tanner

Managing Your Practice
“Brace for Impact”:
Leadership in Tough Times

By Paul Burton

Law & Life
Are We Missing Something: A Case for Public Legal Health
By Ritchie Eppink

Parting Thoughts
Before Disaster Strikes
By John Berman

Departments

Letters

Briefs

Bar Notes
OSB CLE
Bar News

Bar Actions
Discipline
Applications

Bar People
Among Ourselves
Moves
In Memoriam

Classifieds


To find the antecedents of Indian law as
it is practiced today, one has to look to
another time and place. Janine Robben
sorts out the history, and myths, in the
emerging area of Indian law.