Rebekah Dohrman


M.C.R.P., Planning, Public Policy, and Management, University of Oregon (2010)

J.D., Thomas M. Cooley Law School (2005)

B.A., Political Science and Spanish, Indiana University (2001)

Practice Areas

  • Land Use and Development
  • Real Estate
  • Ordinance Drafting
  • Public Records and Meetings Law 


Rebekah enjoys research and writing and welcomes the challenge of proposing solutions to complex issues from the firm’s clients. Rebekah initially joined the firm in 2017 before taking time off at the end of 2019 for family reasons. Rebekah rejoined the firm in April 2022. Before LGLG, Rebekah worked in commercial real estate; as Assistant General Counsel for the League of Oregon Cities; and as a Planner and Community Development Analyst for the City of Eugene. She graduated from the University of Oregon’s Planning, Public Policy, and Management (PPPM) graduate program in 2010 and enjoys staying connected with PPPM by teaching Legal Issues in Planning to graduate students.


Rebekah is from Indiana (rural: Decatur County & urban: Indianapolis).  Between undergrad and law school, she worked as an Americorps volunteer assisting legal aid attorneys focused on serving Spanish-speaking migrant farmworkers.  Rebekah moved to Eugene from Indianapolis in 2008.  When not working, Rebekah enjoys camping, cooking, and gardening with her family.