Join us for a lunchtime seminar on September 23 at the Capitol focused on improving outcomes in public safety and child welfare cases. In addition to Oregon experts and practitioners, there will be speakers from Kentucky and Cincinnati there to provide a national perspective on the changing standards within public defense representation.
The Marion County Circuit Court is seeking qualified candidates to apply for the position of Hearing Referee (Judge Pro Tem) that will become vacant due to Judge Audrey Broyles’ election to Judge Dale Penn’s seat upon his retirement.
If you have questions or need further information, you may contact Trial Court Administrator Diane Morse at 503-584-4752 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Marion County New Lawyers Cocktail Hour
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
325 High St. SE, Salem, OR
Casual networking and appetizer event designed to connect lawyers in the first six years of practice
Sentencing Guidelines: Tips for Building Good Sentences and Taking Them Apart
Co-hosted by the Mary Leonard Law Society and the State of Oregon Law Library
Thursday, August 25, 2016, from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
State of Oregon Law Library, 1163 State Street
1.0 Practical Skills MCLE credit will be sought
Like many puzzles, sentence diagramming can push your brain to work in new or unfamiliar ways. So take an hour. Focus on the patterns and structure of the sentences you write each day. It might change your relationship with them.
To that end, we invite you to unpack a sentence with us on August 25, 2016. Professor Liz Frost will present on the nuts, bolts, and further details of diagramming sentences. Of course, questions are encouraged.
A graduate of Yale University and the University of Michigan School of Law, Professor Frost currently teaches legal writing at the University of Oregon School of Law. She is a frequent contributor to the Legal Writer column of the Oregon State Bar Bulletin and also organized the 2015 Northwest Legal Writing Conference.
Brown bag lunches are welcome. RSVP at www.maryleonardlawsociety.org.
The Marion County Bar Association (MCBA) is excited to invite you to the annual
MCBA Court Staff Appreciation Lunch, as follows:
Wednesday, July 13
Presentation by Judge Broyles about 12:15 p.m.
Catered by Croissant & Company
Location: Riverfront Park, North Meadow and Pavilion*
* A special thank you to Jim Van Ness of Van Ness Mooney, LLC, who graciously has sponsored the cost of a canopy to shelter us from sun or rain. Thank you, Jim!
RSVPs required to email@example.com
Cost*: $15 for MCBA members (including judges) and staff of MCBA-members; $20 for all other non-MCBA members (including judges)
*No cost for court staff (excluding judges) – your lunch is on the MCBA! Thank you for all you do!
Payable by check made out to the “MCBA.” Mail checks to: Boaz Law Firm, 280 Court St NE #220, Salem, OR 97301
Wednesday, May 18, 2016, from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
Marion County Courthouse, 5th Floor Jury Assembly Room
Join us for a presentation from FindLaw on techniques for developing or updating your online presence. Representatives from FindLaw will introduce the service but also talk more generally about how to bring value to your online presence, which, in turn, can bring value to your firm.
We will discuss:
How can I use social media as a professional tool?
Why should I invest in a website that’s mobile-optimized?
How do I create an interactive presence to drive online success?
RSVP at www.maryleonardlawsociety.org.
The Mary Leonard Law Society and Surety Solutions present a
Monte Carlo Casino Night
to benefit the formation of Marion County CourtCare
June 10, 2016
Eola Viticulture Center
215 Doaks Ferry Rd NW, Salem, OR 97304
Tickets are $50 at the door, discounts for early registration online. Tickets on sale now at: www.maryleonardlawsociety.org
What is CourtCare? CourtCare provides free, quality child care in a safe, licensed, fun environment so parents or guardians can attend court proceedings. CourtCare keeps children from witnessing tense and disturbing court proceedings. CourtCare protects children, permits caregivers to focus on court-related business, and reduces disruptions in the courtroom.
Thank you to our Sponsors!
Platinum Presenting Sponsor:
Evergreen Income Taxes
Law Offices of Keri Trask Lazarus
Willamette Valley Bank
Working in Wellness: An Intro to Meditation, Yoga, and Tai Chi
The Mary Leonard Law Society invites you to a three-part wellness event in May. Join us after work on Wednesdays in May, when Rev. George “Kosho” Finch, JD, of the Foundation for Shingon Buddhism, will lead three introductory classes focused on wellness issues that affect legal practitioners.
- May 4 – Meditation: straightforward stress relief for adversarial situations
- May 11 – Seated yoga: stretches to relieve tension and the pain for desk warriors
- May 18 – Tai Chi: simple movements for increasing circulation, energizing the mind and body
Register for one class or for the entire series. Cost is $7 per class or $15 for the series.
Rev. Finch leads the Foundation for Shingon Buddhism. Rev. Finch was ordained in 2006. Since then he has taught yoga, led meditation groups in Portland, Oregon, and served as assistant minister with the Koyasan Shingon Mission of Hawaii.
- When: May 4, May 11, May 18, from 5:15 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- Where: Collier Law, 1020 Liberty St SE, Salem, OR 97302
RSVP at http://www.maryleonardlawsociety.org/events.html
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
4/20 – Courthouse Connection event, a Consumer Law CLE with John Gear, to be held from 12-1 at 5th floor Jury Assembly Room (Marion County Courthouse).
4/27 – Courthouse Connection event, a Elder Abuse CLE with Mark Johnson Roberts, to be held from 12-1 at 5th floor Jury Assembly Room (Marion County Courthouse).
NOTICE SEEKING PUBLIC COMMENT ON
PROPOSED OUT-OF-CYCLE REVISION OF UTCR 5.100
Request for Public Comment
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 15, 2016
Contact: Bruce C. Miller 503-986-5500
We are seeking comment on a proposed out-of-cycle revision of Uniform Trial Court Rule (UTCR) 5.100 (Submission of Proposed Orders or Judgments). A proposed revision was adopted out-of-cycle by Chief Justice Order 15-058, effective January 1, 2016, and was circulated for public comment that closed on March 18, 2016; the version now being circulated contains proposed amendments in response to comments received during the earlier circulation. You can view the proposal at http://courts.oregon.gov/OJD/programs/utcr/pages/utcrrules.aspx .
You may submit your comments by:
- website (http://courts.oregon.gov/OJD/programs/utcr/pages/utcrrules.aspx) – click on the button next to the proposed amendment
- email (email@example.com)
- traditional mail (UTCR Reporter, Supreme Court Building,1163 State Street, Salem, Oregon, 97301-2563)
Please submit your comments so that we receive them by 5:00 pm, on May 31, 2016.