2017 Oregon District Court Report
Haggerty Scholars Program
The FBA Oregon Chapter Ancer Haggerty Scholars Program offers current high school juniors an opportunity to explore their interests in law and civil rights. Scholars selected for the program are recognized at the annual FBA Oregon Chapter dinner to kick off the program. Program participants then meet with a local attorney mentor, visit one or more law offices (such as a law firm, government prosecutor, or defender’s office) during a week over the summer break, and attend law and civil rights events during the 2017-2018 school year.
Eligibility requirements: The Haggerty Scholars Program is for current high school juniors (graduating in 2018) with an interest in law and civil rights. Students must be willing to attend the annual FBA Oregon Chapter dinner on May 25, 2017 with a parent or teacher, meet with an attorney mentor on a regular basis, visit legal workplaces during one week over the summer break, and attend law and civil rights events during the 2017-2018 school year.
How to apply: Submit a completed application no later than April 14, 2017, to: BBeel@perkinscoie.com, or Bryan Beel, Perkins Coie LLP, 1120 NW Couch Street, Tenth Floor, Portland, OR, 97209. Application is here: haggerty-scholars-application-2017-2018.
The Minutes of the Board Meetings of the Oregon FBA
Who was Wallace McCamant?
The remarks of the Hon. Judge O’Scannlain at the October 2016 FBA Lunch are available for your reading enjoyment: wallace-mccamant.
Pro Bono Scholarship Program
Details and Application (deadline 10/25): fba-pro-bono-scholarship-program-details
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Support for Federal Judicial Salary Restoration Act:
9th Circuit Rules Amendments July, 2007:
Courtroom 21 Trial Technology Course
Organizational Documents of the FBA Oregon Chapter