Oregon State Bar Bulletin — AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2011
Letters

We Love Letters
The Bulletin welcomes letters. In general, letters should pertain to recent articles, columns or other letters and should be limited to 250 words. Other things to keep in mind:

Letters must be original and addressed to the Bulletineditor. We do not reprint letters addressed to other publications, to other individuals, to whom it may concern, etc. Preference is given to letters responding to letters to the editor, articles or columns recently published in the Bulletin.

Letters must be signed. Unsigned or anonymous letters will not be published. (There are exceptions. Inquire with the editor.) Letters may not promote individual products, services or political candidates. All letters must comply with the guidelines of Keller v. State Bar of California in that they must be germane to the purpose of regulating the legal profession or improving the quality of the legal services available to the people of Oregon.

Letters may be edited for grammatical errors, style or length, or in cases where language or information is deemed unsuitable or inappropriate for publication. Profane or obscene language is not accepted.

We strive to print as many letters as possible. Therefore, brevity is important, and preference will be given to letters that are 250 words or less. Letters become the property of the Oregon State Bar. Authors of rejected letters are notified by the editor.

Send letters to: Editor, OSB Bulletin, P.O. Box 231935, Tigard, OR 97281.


Have an Item for the Bulletin?

The Bulletin welcomes short articles about Oregon lawyers and law firms. Notices are published at no cost. Submit articles in writing to:

Editor, Oregon State Bar Bulletin
P.O. Box 231935
Tigard, OR 97224
E-mail: editor@osbar.org

Professional notices such as moves or promotions are published in “Moves.” News about civic activities or non-office activities is published in “Among Ourselves.”

Submissions are subject to editing and published in the order received. Paid professional announcements are also available. Inquire at advertising@osbar.org.

The Bulletin publishes photographs (single headshots only) in “Moves” and “Among Ourselves.” The fee is $20 for each photograph. The notice itself is free.

Questions? Call the Bulletin, (503) 620-0222 or toll-free inside Oregon at (800) 452-8260, ext. 340 or ext. 348.


Be An Author

The Bulletin is always on the lookout for quality manuscripts for publication on these pages.

We publish articles on a wide variety of subjects, and favor such topics as access to justice, legal funding, judicial independence, diversity in the profession, professionalism and future trends. We also publish columns on ethics, practice tips (in specific areas of law), practice management and legal history, as well as essays on law and life.

Don’t be shy. The editors welcome inquiries and are happy to discuss requirements for publication. If you have a manuscript, suggestion or idea, contact them at (503) 620-0222, ext. 340 (Paul Nickell) or ext. 348 (Julie Hankin). They can also be reached, respectively, by e-mail at pnickell@osbar.org and jhankin@osbar.org




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