Oregon State Bar Bulletin — MAY 2011

Features

Protecting Mom and Dad
Lawyers Take Different Approaches to Elder Law
By Janine Robben

Restaging the Third Act
Baby Boomer Attorneys Diversify Career Options as They Reach Their 60s
By Melody Finnemore


Columns

Bar Counsel
What Hath the Web Wrought? Advertising in the Internet Age
By Amber Hollister

The Legal Writer
Celebrating Dependence: The Joys of Subordinate Clauses
By Megan McAlpin

Legal.Online
A Round-up:
What's New in the Legal Web?

By Robert J. Ambrogi

Profiles in the Law
Riding Toward a Goal: Lise Yervasi Takes Strides to Raise Awareness of ALS
By Cliff Collins

Managing Your Practice
Business Essentials: Tips for the Small Firm and Sole Practitioner
By Sheila Blackford, Dee Crocker & Beverly Michaelis

Legal Practice Tips
Fair and Just: Settling Divorces in a Humane and Creative Way
By Roger Ley

Parting Thoughts
The Garden of Diversity
By Hon. Janice R. Wilson



Departments

Letters

Briefs

Bar Notes
CLE
Bar News

Bar Actions
Discipline
Reinstatements
Applications

Bar People
Among Ourselves
Moves
In Memoriam

Classifieds


Oregon currently has no multidisciplinary elder law practices and some people would like to keep it that way, arguing that they create ethical issues, are not cost-effective for attorneys or clients and don't provide better services. Janine Robben explores the pros and cons of "one-stop" elder law.