Eight years ago, the Appellate Practice Section’s Executive Committee published the first Oregon Appellate Almanac. Then-Chair, Keith Garza, crafted a 323-page tome filled with wisdom and insight collected from Oregon’s most renowned appellate practitioners and judges. Well, times have changed…
But hopefully not too much! This year, the Executive Committee seeks to transform the Oregon Appellate Almanac into an online publication. Like its six predecessors, Volume 7 of the almanac will serve appellate lawyers and judges by retaining key elements, such as case law summaries, court calendars, statistics, profiles, and articles that improve the practice of appellate law in Oregon. The new format will foster efficient access to that valuable information. The section will notify section members when new articles are published, and members can access the articles on the section’s website as soon as they become available.
On behalf of the Executive Committee, I hope that Oregon’s valued appellate practitioners and judges find the new format useful. I also hope that the format will encourage section members to submit articles for this and future almanacs. Thank you for bearing with us as we make this important transition. And have an “Appealing” New Year!
If you wish to have an article published on the Appellate Practice Section website, or as part of the 2014 or future Appellate Almanacs, please contact the section’s current Chair. Also, please visit the section’s website, which contains submission and publication guidelines to facilitate article editing and submission.