Monthly Archives: April 2015

Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer’s Day? Probably not.

by Ian Pisarcik, Legal Publications Attorney Editor The writer David Foster Wallace was so fond of words that he used to lie awake for hours reading the dictionary and circling the ones he liked best: Maugre, Tarantism, Ruck, Sciolism, Primipara. … Continue reading

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The Remaking of the Oregon Real Estate Deskbook

The editorial board for the upcoming Oregon Real Estate Deskbook has reorganized the five current real estate series books, combining chapters that covered the same topics and planning the addition of new chapters to touch on topics not addressed before.  … Continue reading

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Calling All Poets!

Does this describe you? You love to practice law and are thankful you chose this profession, but it doesn’t allow you to express your creative side. You know, that side of you that law school tried to obliterate (without complete … Continue reading

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