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BIOGRAPHY


EMPLOYMENT:

2006 to present: Law Office of Charles E. Corrigan, P.C.; Corrigan ADR. Mediation and arbitration services.

1985 – 2006: Ramis Crew Corrigan, LLP (and predecessor partnerships). Associate, 1985-88; partner, 1988 – 2007. Chair, Litigation Department. Civil litigation and appeals in state and federal court, representing individuals, businesses and local governments.

1984 – 1985: Office of Multnomah County Commissioner Caroline Miller. Chief of staff.

1981 – 1984: Metropolitan Public Defenders Office, Portland, Or. Represented defendants charged with serious felonies, including murder.

1976 – 1981: Directing Attorney, Evergreen Legal Services, Walla Walla and Vancouver offices. Individual and class action litigation


EDUCATION:

B.S. in Economics, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 1970.

J.D., University of Oregon School of Law, 1976.

 
ATTORNEY RATING SERVICES:

Martindale-Hubbell, AV ( highest rating available for legal ability and ethical practice)

 
PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS:

Presenter, Mediation and Arbitration in Oregon, Learn from the Experts, Oregon Law Institute

Presenter, Not Just the Basics : Excelling at Mediation and Arbitration, Oregon State Bar

Presenter, Fundamentals of Arbitration in Oregon, Oregon State Bar

Presenter, ADR 2010: A New Perspective, Oregon State Bar

Overview of Arbitration in Oregon


MEMBERSHIPS:

Oregon State Bar Association

United States District Count, District of Oregon

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, and Clark County Bar Associations

PAST MEMBERSHIPS:

Washington State Bar Association

United States District Court, Eastern District of Washington

United States District Court, Western District of Washington

Multnomah County Bar Association, Chair, Judicial Screening Committee

Multnomah County Bar Association, Alternative Dispute Resolution Executive Committee


VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES, PAST AND PRESENT

Pro bono representation of Family Abuse Prevention Act petitioners in contested restraining order hearings

Pro bono counsel, Transition Projects, Inc.

Volunteer, SMART (Start Making a Reader Today)

Volunteer, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate)


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