Coming Soon – A New Temporary ORAP

At our recent Oregon Court of Appeals Update CLE, the court alerted all attendees to a proposed temporary ORAP related to unpublished or non-precedential opinions that is currently being drafted. It will be made available for public comment in the next few months. We will post a link to the proposed text when it becomes available

Oregon Court of Appeals Update CLE

Join current Chief Judge Jim Egan, incoming-Chief Judge Erin Lagesen, and other judges from the Oregon Court of Appeals for an update on the state of the court and court operations. This seminar is designed for attorneys at all levels of experience. Time will be left at the end for questions, which are strongly encouraged.

Registration:

The program is free, but registration is required. Click here to register. (Note: attendees must register by noon on Thursday, November 18.)

 Please make sure to click “Register” then click on “View Cart” at the top right of your screen, then click “Checkout” in order to make sure your registration is complete. If you do not receive an automated email confirmation and receipt then you did not register correctly, contact the CLE service center for assistance.

For questions regarding the Zoom meeting link, please contact Devin Clancy, [email protected].

For registration questions, please contact the OSB CLE Service Center at (503) 431-6413 or [email protected].

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Fall CLE: New Perspectives from the Oregon Appellate Courts

New Perspectives from the Oregon Appellate Courts

Speakers:
Chief Justice Martha Walters, Oregon Supreme Court
Judge Jacqueline Kamins, Oregon Court of Appeals
Judge Jodie Mooney, Oregon Court of Appeals
Appellate Commissioner Theresa Kidd, Oregon Appellate Courts

Moderators: Nadia Dahab, Anna Joyce, and Robert Koch

Please join us to hear from Chief Justice Walters and some of our newest members of the Oregon appellate courts.  This CLE will feature moderated conversations with our presenters and an opportunity for you to ask questions about the state of the courts, appellate practice in the pandemic and post-pandemic world, and other pressing matters facing our appellate court system.  Please join us!

MCLE Credit:      1.5 General CLE Credits (pending)
Date:                     October 28, 2021
Time:                    3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Where:                ONLINE
Cost:                      FREE

Meeting links will be provided the day before the event. This event is generously hosted by Markowitz Herbold PC.  *This seminar will be recorded, registrants will receive a link to the recorded version after the event.

We’re seeking questions and discussion topics! If you have questions you’d like to have addressed by our presenters at this CLE, please send them to us in advance. Please send questions to Anna Joyce, [email protected].  (Note: the deadline for questions is 5 p.m. on Thursday, October 21.)

Registration:
The program is free, but registration is required. Click here to register. (Note: attendees must register by noon on Wednesday, October 27.)

Please make sure to click “Register” then click on “View Cart” at the top right of your screen, then click “Checkout” in order to make sure your registration is complete. If you do not receive an automated email confirmation and receipt then you did not register correctly, contact the CLE service center for assistance.

For questions regarding the meeting link, please contact Tami Hall, [email protected].  For registration questions, please contact the OSB CLE Service Center at (503) 431-6413 or [email protected].

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Current Statewide Judicial Orders

The following statewide judicial orders are currently in effect:

The 2020 Oregon Appellate Almanac is live!

Just under the wire, our 2020 Oregon Appellate Almanac has something for everyone.  It exemplifies the description on the Almanac’s cover: “A Collection of Highly Specific Scholarship, Exuberant Wordplay, and Fond Memories.”  You can read it (and all previous volumes of the Almanac) on our Almanac page.  Please send your comments, questions, and submissions for the 2021 Appellate Almanac to the editor at [email protected].

Enjoy!