One of the recommendations from the Oregon State Bar Futures Task Force is to revise the rules of professional conduct to remove barriers to innovation, which includes allowing in-person advertising and fee sharing between lawyers and lawyer referral services. Members of the Futures Task Force explain how the legal services market has entered a period of intense disruption, the disruption’s impact on providers of legal services in Oregon, and two of the resulting proposed amendments to the Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct that are on the agenda for the House of Delegates meeting in November 2017.
• Ankur Doshi, RB Pamplin Corporation, Portland
• The Honorable Christopher Garrett, Oregon Court of Appeals, Salem
• John Grant, III, The Agile Attorney Network, Portland
• Amber Hollister, Oregon State Bar, Tigard
• Peter Jarvis, Holland & Knight LLP, Portland
• Jennifer Nicholls, Brophy Schmor LLP, Medford
2 Ethics credits
ID 43341, 09/29/2017
Complete by 09/29/2020 for Oregon credit
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