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Rebekah R. Jacobson

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Area of practice: Employment & Labor Law, Human Resource Consultation, School & Public Entity Law

Email: rjacobson@ghrlawyers.com

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By constantly tracking new legislation, I help schools comply with the daily pressures of continuously changing laws.

My clients depend on me to know and understand the intricate details of the constantly evolving laws that regulate everyday life in Oregon schools. I often minimize exposure for my clients through strategic planning, comprehensive training and thorough investigations. If litigation is unavoidable, I carefully guide my clients through the trial process to preserve their interests every step of the way.

Education and Admissions:
University of Oregon School of Law, J.D., 2006
Willamette University
, B.A., 2001
Oregon State Bar, 2006
United States District Court for the District of Oregon, 2006
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, 2014

Professional Distinctions, Affiliations, and Experience:
Oregon State Bar Association
Marion County Bar Association
Council of School Attorneys
Oregon Law Review, former Associate Editor
Oregon Super Lawyers’ Rising Star - 2014

Articles:
Legislative School Law Update 2011

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