J. Kevin Shuba


Area of practice: Complex Civil Litigation, Condemnation, Defense of Professional Licensing Actions (Administrative Law), Probates & Trust Litigation, Real Estate Disputes


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My experience with a wide and diverse array of complicated cases in government and in private practice helps me craft timely and practical solutions that rapidly resolve cases.

I draw on more than 20 years of legal experience — including 13 years of distinguished service at the Oregon Department of Justice — in serving clients efficiently, effectively and economically. Whether I am protecting the rights of heirs and devisees, preserving the reputations and future earning ability for licensed professionals, or strategically resolving complex construction and real estate disputes, my clients’ future remains my top priority.

Education and Admissions:
Willamette University College of Law, J.D., 1991
University of Washington, B.A., 1988
Oregon State Bar, 1991
United States District Court for the District of Oregon, 2003

Professional Distinctions and Affiliations:
Oregon State Bar, Region 6 House of Delegates
Attorney General's Administrative Law Manual, Co-Editor, 2001 and 2003
Oregon Department of Justice Ethics Committee, 1993-1996
Attorney General's Outstanding Service Award Recipient
Marion County Bar Association
Salem Child Development Center, former Board Member
Salem Library Advisory Board, former Board Member
Oregon Department of Justice, former Assistant Attorney General
Martindale-Hubbell BV Distinguished Peer Review Rated
Oregon Board of Chiropractic Examiners, 2006-2007

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