The Oregon Court of Appeals has provided this draft of its proposed temporary ORAP amendment for practitioner commentary. All comments are due March 31, 2022, so don’t miss your chance for feedback!
In other news, the 2021 Appellate Almanac is now live! It contains lots of great content (the results of the Great Oregon Space Debate and more!) and a copy of the proposed rules too.
The ORAP Committee seeks proposals to amend the Oregon Rules of Appellate Procedure. Please email any proposals to [email protected] by January 1, 2022.
For more information about the committee, please see the committee’s webpage.
The following statewide judicial orders are currently in effect:
These amendments are effective from August 1, 2021, through December 31, 2022.
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].
The Oregon Supreme Court and Oregon Court of Appeals have approved a package of permanent amendments to the Oregon Rules of Appellate Procedure (ORAP). The amendments, which were prepared by the ORAP Committee, will become effective January 1, 2021.
The Chief Justice Order / Chief Judge Order adopting those amendments is available online at:
https://www.courts.oregon.gov/courts/appellate/rules/Pages/orap.aspx (“CJO 20-042/CJO 20-05 Order Adopting Permanent Amendments to ORAP”)
https://www.courts.oregon.gov/publications/other/Pages/misc.aspx (“Adoption of Amendments to the Oregon Rules of Appellate Procedure (Advance Sheets 25)”)
A clean version of the ORAPs incorporating those amendments will be posted in December.
For questions, please contact the ORAP Committee at [email protected].
Governor Brown has announced that she is appointing Court of Appeals Judge Chris Garrett to the Oregon Supreme Court position vacated by the retirement of Justice Rives Kistler. The media release is here:
The text of the media release is quoted below the fold:
The Oregon Supreme Court and Oregon Court of Appeals have approved a package of permanent amendments to the Oregon Rules of Appellate Procedure (ORAP). The amendments, which were prepared by the ORAP Committee, will become effective January 1, 2019.
In addition, the Oregon Supreme Court and Oregon Court of Appeals have approved a separate package of temporary amendments to the ORAPs. The temporary amendments, which are largely intended to address recent statutory amendments, will also become effective January 1, 2019. Unlike the permanent amendments, the temporary amendments will expire on December 31, 2020 (unless adopted as permanent amendments through the ORAP Committee process).
Both packages of amendments are available online at:
A clean version of all the ORAPs that includes both the permanent and temporary amendments will be posted in December.
The Oregon State Bar has posted the following media release regarding the applicants for the Supreme Court position opened by Justice Kistler’s upcoming retirement. The text is below is quoted from <https://www.osbar.org/judicial/judicialvacancy.html>: