Congratulations to our Award Winners!

Congratulations to our 2023-2024 Annual Campaign Award Winners: Paul Matthias-Bennetch, Ring Bender LLP, and Perkins Coie!  Associate Award: Paul Matthias-Bennetch Paul Matthias-Bennetch is the winner of this year’s Associate Award. Paul is a litigation attorney at Holland & Knight in Portland focusing on complex commercial litigation. He worked with his colleague and co-chair of the …

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Photos from our Lane County Luncheon!

We had a great turnout at the Lane County Regional Luncheon- thank you all for coming! We enjoyed connecting with the local legal community and hearing from our Keynote Speaker John VanLandingham, introduced by former Chief Justice Martha Walters. A big thank you to all of our speakers!

Kick-Off Party Photos!

Thank you to everyone who came out to Kell’s on September 14th for our Annual Campaign Kick-Off Party! We had a wonderful time catching up with our supporters and hearing from Judge Adrienne Nelson and others about why access to equal justice is so important.

OLC Attorney Beth Englander Wins Harpole Award

Congratulations to Oregon Law Center’s Beth Englander! Beth received the Joyce Ann Harpole Attorney Award at the 25th Harpole Awards Ceremony & Reception on Wednesday, April 12th. The Harpole Attorney Award honors individuals who embody Joyce’s sense of professionalism and dedication to the pursuit of justice while maintaining a life balance that distinguished her within her …

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Join us for Accessories to Justice Trivia on February 9th!

Join us on February 9th at Rick’s Café in Willamette Law School for Accessories to Justice Trivia! Sign up here: https://cej-oregon.org/accessories-to-justice-trivia/ This is a free event with a suggested donation of $10 per person to support legal aid. There will be food and refreshments and it will be a great opportunity to make connections in …

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