Megan R. Reuther

Tonkon Torp LLP
1600 Pioneer Tower
888 SW Fifth Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97204

PHONE: 503.802.2174
EMAIL: megan.reuther@tonkon.com
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Megan is an associate in the firm's Litigation Department. Prior to joining Tonkon Torp, she served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Erika Hadlock, Chief Judge of the Oregon Court of Appeals. Megan worked on a variety of civil, administrative, and criminal appeals, including complex business and contract law cases, worker's compensation matters, and free speech issues.
 
Megan graduated summa cum laude from Lewis & Clark Law School in 2015, where she was Notes & Comments Editor for the Lewis & Clark Law Review and recipient of the Paul Anthony Casey Public Interest and Candise DuBoff-Jones Memorial Scholarships.
 
While a law student, Megan worked as a summer associate at Haglund Kelley LLP and served as a judicial extern for Judge Ann Aiken at the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon.
 
Prior to law school, Megan worked for several years as a service coordinator for the Regional Center of Orange County, where she managed a caseload of 120 individuals with developmental disabilities. As an undergraduate, Megan spent time in Klaipeda, Lithuania, studying social and humanitarian issues.
 
In her free time, Megan serves as a mentor to first year Lewis & Clark Law School students and is a member of the OSB Legal Heritage Interest Group Committee. Outside of work, Megan's interests include tennis, running, hiking, reading crime fiction, and spending time with her family.
Megan is an associate in the firm's Litigation Department. Prior to joining Tonkon Torp, she served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Erika Hadlock, Chief Judge of the Oregon Court of Appeals. Megan worked on a variety of civil, administrative, and criminal appeals, including complex business and contract law cases, worker's compensation matters, and free speech issues.
 
Megan graduated summa cum laude from Lewis & Clark Law School in 2015, where she was Notes & Comments Editor for the Lewis & Clark Law Review and recipient of the Paul Anthony Casey Public Interest and Candise DuBoff-Jones Memorial Scholarships.
 
While a law student, Megan worked as a summer associate at Haglund Kelley LLP and served as a judicial extern for Judge Ann Aiken at the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon.
 
Prior to law school, Megan worked for several years as a service coordinator for the Regional Center of Orange County, where she managed a caseload of 120 individuals with developmental disabilities. As an undergraduate, Megan spent time in Klaipeda, Lithuania, studying social and humanitarian issues.
 
In her free time, Megan serves as a mentor to first year Lewis & Clark Law School students and is a member of the OSB Legal Heritage Interest Group Committee. Outside of work, Megan's interests include tennis, running, hiking, reading crime fiction, and spending time with her family.
Lewis & Clark Law School
Mentor for first year law students

OSB Legal Heritage Interest Group Committee
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