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May 16, 2005

OREGON LAWYER Update Spring/Summer 2005

Oregon Lawyer Update
Spring/Summer 2005
 
 
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
 
Laird Kirkpatrick to resume teaching, scholarship in December
National search underway for new dean 
 
NEW!Loan Repayment Assistance
Public interest job? High student debts? Apply by June 15 for award 
 
 Technology Entrepreneurship Fellows Win Big
Lives Forever battery and arsenic cleanup business plans attract investor interest

Business is Booming
Classes on venture capital and private equity, financial institutions, banking regulations …survey shows we’re the first Oregon or Washington law school to have them.

Come Together: O’Connell Conference for the bench and bar
Recent Supreme Court decisions in Crawford and Blakely top the discussion list

Robust and Wide Open: 2004-5 Speakers and Events
Race relations expert Ray Diamond on Brown v. Board of Ed; Bench, bar and Fourth Estate mingle on the anniversary of New York Times v. Sullivan; Ninth Circuit Chief Judge Mary Schroeder and women appellate judges discuss their careers in law; Paul Hoffman on the Alien Tort Claims Act; Gov. Ted Kulongoski encourages public service careers; Morse Professor Hilary Charlesworth on the missing voice of women in Iraq.

CLASS NOTES
Raymond Fred Rees ’76 Oregon’s new adjutant general, Classmates remember Sam Adams ’85, Class of 1954 inducted into Order of the Emerald, Multnomah Bar recognizes Walter Grebe ’64 —courteous and just plain tough, LIFE LESSONS: Jim Harrang ’51 Keep your nose to the grindstone…then go climb something.

And more

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