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Oregon State Bar Proposes Changes to Public Disciplinary Process for Lawyers

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“State lawyer group mulls controversial changes to make pending disciplinary records off-limits to public,Portland Tribune, 05 January 2016, by Nick Budnick:

Excerpt: “The state agency that oversees the investigation of ethics complaints against 15,000 Oregon lawyers is considering changes that would hide from public view most pending complaints and destroy all public records of dismissed complaints after three years, a radical increase in secrecy for a system that’s received national praise for its transparency….” [Link to full Portland Tribune article.]

The article links to OSB disciplinary process reports, also currently linked to from the OSB homepage.

Clients can file complaints about Oregon lawyers at the OSB Client Assistance website.