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Oregon Family Law Resources:Collaboration and Beyond


The Oregon family of “family law attorneys” comprised of lawyers, judges, the state bar, family law facilitators, and others is amazing. This family works so well together. They may not think they do, but from this law librarian’s desk, I am grateful for all the family law resources they make available to client and pro se litigant alike. Recently I noticed their newsletter went online, which is wonderful. A recent and extremely useful article, by Thomas Johnson, about Collaborative Practice is in the October 2008 issue.

1) Oregon State Bar (OSB) family law resources

2) Oregon Judicial Department (OJD) family law resources, homepage

3) OJD/County Family Law Facilitators

4) The OSB Family Law Newsletter, online

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2 responses to “Oregon Family Law Resources:Collaboration and Beyond”

  1. Lauren says:

    Hi Laura

    Are you aware that your blog is no longer on Justia? Lauren Paulson

  2. Laura the law lib says:

    Hi Lauren:

    Thank you for the heads up! I’ve been so busy I neglected to check in with Justia as often as I usually do.

    I’ve requested the blog be added back. We’ll see what happens. It’s a mystery, which I suppose is better than a conspiracy.


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