Friday, March 29, 2013

New Contact Information

Springing into Change

Okay, admittedly that's a cheezy title, but the sun is shining (quick, don't look away), and I needed something catchy to say.

Here's the news: Northwest Employment Law, LLC, is merging with the wonderful folks at Harrang Long Gary Rudnick, P.C.  New contact information for attorney Shari Lane is:


Shari Lane, Of Counsel
Harrang Long Gary Rudnick, P.C
1001 S.W. Fifth Avenue, 16th Floor
Portland, OR 97204-1116
Tel: 503.242.0000/Toll Free: 800.315.4172
Direct Dial: 503.417.6034



Monday, January 21, 2013

Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Pittsburg Post-Gazette published two of the winning entries from the 14th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Writing Awards contest, sponsored by the Carnegie Mellon University English Department. One of the winning essays was a caustic indictment of modern complacency, and how Dr. King might have felt about our "lukewarm" attitudes today. The writer, junior Nathaniel Brodsky of Winchester Thurston High School, pointed out Dr. King's goal was not just ending racial segregation, but addressing injustice wherever it is found, across the sectors of our society, our economy, and our legal system. Brodsky chastised our tendency to engage in hero-worship and focus on past achievements rather than carrying on the work of our  hero in the present.

I'm taking this young man's essay as a challenge, and invite you to do so as well: what am I doing today to correct the injustice that confronts me here and now?

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