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|Statement||[sponsored by] U.S. District Court, District of Oregon, [and] Federal Bar Association, Oregon Chapter, [and] Lewis and Clark Law School, Northwestern School of Law.|
|Contributions||United States. District Court (Oregon), Federal Bar Association. Oregon Chapter., Northwestern School of Law.|
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