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Administrative Lawyers in Portland, Oregon

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Andrea J. Anderly

Lawyer Andrea J. Anderly licensed to practice in Oregon since 1990, Washington since 2004
Office: (503)227-1515, 111 SW 5th Ave Ste 900, Portland, OR 97204
Web site: www.gevurtzmenashe.com
PRACTICE AREA: Family Law, Administrative Law, Criminal Defense, Bankruptcy Law

Ann F. Burns

Lawyer Ann F. Burns licensed to practice in Washington since 1973
Office: 1500 SW First Ave Ste 765, Portland, OR 97201
PRACTICE AREA: Administrative Law, Real Estate Law, Contracts, Environmental Law

Ann L. Sherman

Lawyer Ann L. Sherman licensed to practice in Oregon since 1988
Office: (503)228-3200, 222 SW Columbia Street, Suite 1400, Portland, OR 97201
Web site: www.klgates.com
PRACTICE AREA: Family Law, Administrative Law, Tax Law, Business Law, Constitutional Law & Civil Rights

Benjamin N. Souede

Lawyer Benjamin N. Souede licensed to practice in District Of Columbia since 2006, New York since 2005, Oregon since 2008
Office: 503-778-2123, 601 SW 2nd Ave Ste 2100, Portland, OR 97204
Office: 503-778-2123, 601 SW 2nd Ave Ste 2100, Portland, OR 97204
Web site: www.wc.com/attorney.cfm?attorney_id=433
PRACTICE AREA: Administrative Law, Criminal Defense, Business Law, Alternate Dispute Resolution

Bradley J. Woodworth

Lawyer Bradley J. Woodworth licensed to practice in Oregon since 1985, Washington since 2002
Office: 1020 SW Taylor Ste 360, Portland, OR 97205
Web site: www.woodworthlaw.com
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Family Law, Administrative Law, Criminal Defense, Wills & Probate, Business Law

Brian B. Doherty

Lawyer Brian B. Doherty licensed to practice in Oregon since 1978
Office: (503)224-5858, 111 SW 5th Ave Ste 3400, Portland, OR 97204
Web site: www.millernash.com/showbio.aspx?Show=160
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Administrative Law, Labor & Employment Law, Environmental Law

Brien J. Flanagan

Lawyer Brien J. Flanagan licensed to practice in Oregon since 2002
Office: (503)222-9981, PacWest Center, Portland, OR 97204
Web site: www.schwabe.com/showattorney.aspx?Name=Brien%20-Flanagan&Show=9274
PRACTICE AREA: Administrative Law, Environmental Law, Insurance Litigation, Litigation

Carol A. Ph.D.

Lawyer Carol A. Ph.D. licensed to practice in Oregon since 1998
Office: 503-226-5762, 222 SW Columbia Street, Suite 1400, Portland, OR 97201
Web site: www.klgates.com
PRACTICE AREA: Administrative Law, Health Care Law, Intellectual Property

Carrie A. Richter

Lawyer Carrie A. Richter licensed to practice in Oregon since 2000, Washington since 2006
Office: (503)228-3939, 121 SW Morrison St Fl 11, Portland, OR 97204
Web site: www.gsblaw.com
PRACTICE AREA: Administrative Law, Real Estate Law, Environmental Law

Carson D. Bowler

Lawyer Carson D. Bowler licensed to practice in Oregon since 1995
Office: (503)222-9981, PacWest Center, Portland, OR 97204
Web site: www.schwabe.com/showattorney.aspx?Name=Carson-Bowler&Show=9452
PRACTICE AREA: Administrative Law, Environmental Law, Insurance Litigation, Litigation
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