Antonija Krizanac

Antonija Krizanac





Services & Industries


J.D, cum laude, Lewis & Clark Law School, 2019

B.A., History and German Studies, Lewis & Clark College, 2011

LEED Green Associate

Bar & Court Admissions

Oregon State Bar
U.S. District Court, District of Oregon

Antonija is an associate in Tonkon Torp’s Litigation Department. She works with various businesses as an advocate to help them achieve their goals through trial and dispute resolution strategies.

Antonija joined the firm from Stoel Rives and has depth of litigation experience in the construction and building sectors. During law school, Antonija was a legal extern at the Northwestern Division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and a law clerk at Markun Zusman Freniere Compton. Prior to her law career, she was a program manager for Lockheed Martin Energy, and a project coordinator in the Special Projects Group of McKinstry Co.

Antonija earned her J.D., cum laude, from Lewis & Clark Law School where she was a member of the Online Journal and an Editor of Environmental Law Journal. She has a B.A. in History and German Studies from Lewis & Clark College.

Community Involvement & Activities

Design Build Institute of America, Oregon Chapter
Steering Committee, 2021-Present

Young Professional Member, 2012–Present

National Association of Women in Construction
Pacific Northwest Chapter, Board of Directors, 2018–2020

Professional Memberships

Multnomah Bar Association

Antonija Krizanac Joins Tonkon Torp Litigation Department

Tonkon Torp LLP welcomes associate Antonija Krizanac to its Litigation Department.


Publications & Presentations

“Ideas to Help Contractors Build Better Projects in the Year Ahead,” Daily Journal of Commerce, December 2021

“Liability Laws Still Require Contractors to Follow Safety Guidelines,” Daily Journal of Commerce, May 2021

“Guidance on COVID-19 Policies and Job Site Safety for Contractors” (coauthor), Daily Journal of Commerce, May 2020

“Jane (or John) Hancock 2.0: Utilizing E-Signatures in the Construction Industry,” Daily Journal of Commerce, December 2019