Bradley J. Nicholson is now retired after an impressive career, beginning with a B.A. in history at Reed College followed by a J.D. at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he was a staff member of Journal of International Business Law. Still a member of the Oregon Bar Association, he formerly practiced law in Silicon Valley as an intellectual property and business litigator, served as law clerk for Judge Morris S. Arnold on the United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas and on the Eight Circuit Court of Appeals. He also served as a staff attorney for the Supreme Court of Nevada and for the Oregon Supreme Court, is the author of several law review articles on the subjects of legal history and intellectual property, and the author of A Sense of the Oregon Constitution, which details the sources of the reasoning behind our state’s foundational document, and how major decisions in the areas of religious freedom, free speech, trial by jury, property rights, remedies, equal privileges and immunities and the initiative process have departed from original intent.
Sounds like a completely awesome evening, doesn’t it?
Join us Wednesday night, and bring your notebook.
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Portland Airport Shilo Inn ~~ 11707 Northeast Airport Way
Bring a friend! ~~ $20 select menu option ~~ no host bar
And of course, the cigar room, afterward
Next meeting after this: February 1st