Carolyn H. Connelly

Carrie is a problem solver for municipal law clients throughout Oregon. She assesses and brainstorms solutions in concise, efficient ways that give cities and special districts the legal support they need.

Christy K. Monson

Christy K. Monson

Christy has focused her entire career on public-entity advocacy. She has served as Legal Counsel and Lobbyist for the League of Oregon Cities and, prior to law school, as a school district Communications Director. She now advises governments on all aspects of public law.

Ross M. Williamson

Ross M. Williamson

Ross practices municipal law, helping local governments carry out their responsibilities while being good stewards of the public’s money. His years of experience help him provide practical legal advice, delivered in a practical way, to clients throughout Oregon.

Diana Moffat

Diana Moffat

Diana is our labor relations expert. She is recognized statewide for her expertise at the bargaining table. Before representing governments, Diana served as a union attorney.

Mark Wolf

Mark’s practice involves negotiating labor contracts, negotiating telecommunications franchises, assisting in labor arbitrations, and helping clients draft public contracts.

Rebekah Dohrman

Rebekah Dohrman

Rebekah’s practice emphasizes land use, community development, and urban renewal.

Dan Lawler

Dan Lawler

Dan enjoys working with Oregon’s cities, counties, and special districts on complex legal issues.  His practice areas include municipal law, public contracting, land use, intergovernmental agreements, and labor and employment.

Jens Schmidt

Jens is an accomplished trial and appellate lawyer with over 30 years’ experience in the practice of law.  He specializes in representing local governmental entities, their appointed and elected officials, and their employees in state and federal trial and appellate courts, in administrative tribunals, and in arbitrations and mediations.

J. Kenneth Jones

Kenneth Jones

Retired December 31, 2016.

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