Oregon State Bar Bulletin — AUGUST 2012

Features

Super-Size Me
Lawyers in the Age of Acknowledgment
By Janie Robben

Judicial Selection and its Consequences
Could Big Money Taint the Way Oregon Chooses Judges?
By Cliff Collins


Columns

Bar Counsel
Seeking New Horizons: Ethical Duties When Changing Law Firms
By Amber Hollister

The Legal Writer
Happy Punctuation Day! Readers' Haiku Celebration
By Suzanne E. Rowe

Profiles in the Law
Achieving Her Best Self: Leta Gorman Reaches Personal Goals Through Competing
By Cliff Collins

Managing Your Practice
Planning Ahead: It's Never Too Early to Plan, but Frequently Too Late
By Sheila M. Blackford

On Professionalism
Civility: Power Beyond Politeness
By Stella Rebaut

Parting Thoughts
The Practice of Law, Then and Now
By Ronald Talney



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Bar People
Among Ourselves
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In Memoriam

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Martindale-Hubbell. Best Lawyers. Super Lawyers. AVVO.
Who benefits from these and other such entities that rate lawyers? The almost exclusively private-practice lawyers who appear on their lists? Consumers? Or mainly the entities themselves? Janine Robben explores the race for acknowledgment.