Oregon State Bar Bulletin JULY 2010

Features

How We View Ourselves
In Two Surveys, Members
Gauge Their Own
Professionalism

By Cliff Collins

The Myth of
Judicial Activism

No One Wants to Be a Judicial Activist, Right? Problem Is:
No One Agrees What It Is

By Jack L. Landau


Columns

Bar Counsel
Odds & Ends:
Safeguarding Client
Information in a
Digital World

By Helen Hierschbiel

The Legal Writer
Which Is That?
Restrictions for Clarity

By Suzanne E. Rowe

Legal.Online
Higher Education: An
Advance Degree in
Solo Practice

By Robert J. Ambrogi

Profiles in the Law
Playing His Part: Markku
Sario Finds a Stage in
Law and Performing Arts

By Melody Finnemore

Managing Your Practice
Making News:
Talking with the Media

By Mark J. Fucile

Parting Thoughts
Brain Power
By Rose Jade



Departments

Letters

Briefs

Bar Notes
Bar News

Bar Actions
Discipline
Applications

Bar People
Among Ourselves
Moves
In Memoriam

Classifieds


Recognizing when a lawyer veers off course is easier
than charting the borders where professionalism
begins and ends. In two surveys over the last five
years, Oregon lawyers have provided a temperature
check of what constitutes professionalism, and what
does not, as Cliff Collins reports.