Willamette Lawyer | Fall 2008 • Vol. VIII, No. 2
Justice Ginsburg Visits Willamette: Willamette welcomed U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to campus on Sept. 12 and 13 for numerous events with students, faculty, staff and friends.
CLass aCtion Class action (continued) submission Guidelines Class Action Contact information for Class action should be submitted to: Cathy McCann Gaskin, associate Director of alumni Relations Phone: 503-370-6492 E-mail: wu-lawyer*at*willamette.edu Willamette Lawyer Willamette University College of Law 245 Winter street sE salem, oR 97301 Please print or type all submissions, in the interest of accuracy. if something has been written about you in a newspaper or another publication that you would like mentioned in Class action, please submit a brief summary of the original piece. submission dates are January 15th for the spring issue and July 15th for the fall issue. it is the practice of Class action not to print pregnancy or engagement announcements, nor candidacies for political oﬃces, due to the lag time between receiving such information and the publication dates. Willamette Lawyer reserves the right to edit or omit any information submitted. We welcome photographs for possible use, depending on space and photo quality. Please send a self-addressed, stamped envelope if you would like your photo returned. Editorial Contact Please direct comments, suggestions and reprint requests related to Willamette Lawyer to: anne Marie Becka, Communications Director Phone: 503-370-6760 Bryan Johnston Remembered a skilled negotiator and administrator who cared deeply about education and human services, Bryan M. Johnston died in his sleep on June 7, 2008, at the age of 59. Johnston served as associate dean of the College of Law from 1989 to 1991. He was a founding faculty member of the College of Law’s Center for Dispute Resolution and served as director of the center from 1986 to 1989. in addition, he served as interim president of the University from 1997 to 1998. Johnston was born Feb.17, 1949, in Chicago. He earned his undergraduate degree from northern illinois University and his law degree from Loyola University. in addition to his service to Willamette, Johnston’s academic experience included terms as adjunct professor at the law schools of the University of new Mexico, University of Bridgeport, University of oregon and Pepperdine University. His state service included terms in the oregon House from 1995 to 1999. Johnston also served as interim director of the state Department of Human services. Just prior to his death, he had been named president of saint Martin’s University in Washington. He is survived by his wife anne; sons Drew, Zach and John; and daughter Courtney Ba’08. Job Listings if you have a position opening, we invite you to post a job for alumni or current students using our online job posting system. Just follow the link to the WUCL oﬃce of Career services “For Employers” page at www.willamette.edu/wucl/careers/employers/. Under the title “Recruiting,” click on “Post a Job opportunity.” You will be directed to a registration page where you then can choose “Register and Post a Free Local Job.” Career services is happy to accept job postings or accommodate on-campus interviews at any time. For specific questions about posting a job or setting a date to interview on campus, contact Deborah Mosman at dmosman*at*willamette.edu. Key JD = Doctor of Jurisprudence L = non-degreed LLB = Bachelor of Law (equivalent of JD) LLM = Master of Law MM = Master of Management, Master of administration MBa = Master of Business administration H = Honorary degree C = Certificate in Dispute Resolution, international and Comparative Law, Law and Government, Law and Business, or sustainability Law Ba = Bachelor of arts Bs = Bachelor of science 32 | Willamette Lawyer