Established in 1935, the Oregon State Bar is a public corporation and instrumentality of the Oregon Judicial Department that serves the public by regulating lawyers and improving access to justice and the delivery of legal services. The state bar oversees the admission and discipline of Oregon’s lawyers. It also operates a lawyer referral service program, conducts continuing legal education programs, publishes legal and public service material, sponsors a legislative program to improve the laws and judicial system of Oregon, provides malpractice coverage for lawyers in private practice, distributes state funds allocated to legal service programs and monitors the programs for adherence to adopted standards.
Board of Governors
Lee Ann Donaldson, President, Portland, 2023; Christopher Cauble, Grants Pass, 2024; Gabriel Chase, Portland, 2024; Candace Clark, St. Helens, 2025; Stephanie Engelsman, Portland, 2025; Kellie Furr, Portland, 2026; Tomas Hernandez, Albany, 2026; Joseph Hesbrook, Bend, 2026; Ryan Hunt, Salem, 2023; Elizabeth Inayoshi, Hillsboro, 2026; Myah Kehoe, Portland, 2025; John Marandas, Lake Oswego, 2026; Matt McKean, Hillsboro, 2024; Rob Milesnick, Vancouver, 2023; Curtis Peterson, Portland, 2024; Joseph Piucci, Portland, 2023; David Rosen, Bend, 2024; Apolinar Montero-Sánchez, Eugene, 2025; David Wade, Eugene, 2025; Tasha Winkler, Portland, 2023
Source: Helen Hierschbiel, Chief Executive Officer
Address: 16037 SW Upper Boones Ferry Rd.,
PO Box 231935, Tigard 97281-1935
Phone: 503-620-0222; Toll-free: 1-800-452-8260