Drew is a partner at Tonkon Torp, and serves as Chair of its Government Relations & Public Policy Practice Group. He is a long-time public affairs professional offering comprehensive government affairs services for the firm’s clients at the state, local, and regulatory levels. Drew has represented multiple Fortune 500 companies and key industry sectors ranging from commercial construction, to hospitals, Oregon public universities, broadcast and telecommunications companies, automakers, and various nonprofit industry associations
Drew received his undergraduate degree from the University of Southern California and his law degree from Lewis & Clark. He has been a member of the Oregon State Bar since 1999.
Community Involvement & Activities
Friends of Baseball
Board of Directors
Multnomah Bar Association
State Law Resources
Fifty-three Tonkon Torp lawyers representing 39 practice areas have been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2022
On January 26, Tonkon Torp partner Drew Hagedorn provided a political forecast for NAOIP Oregon, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association.
Forty-nine Tonkon Torp lawyers representing 36 practice areas have been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2021. A majority of attorneys have been named to the peer-review list in past years, and most have been recognized for more than five years.
Tonkon Torp partner Drew Hagedorn was a featured panelist during the July 14 session of the Executive Development Program, hosted by the Oregon Bankers Association.
Forty-eight Tonkon Torp lawyers representing 39 practice areas have been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2020. A majority of attorneys have been named to the list in past years, and most have been recognized for more than five years.
Ear to the Ground Blog
The 2021 legislative session is underway, and it’s already shaping up to be one of the most dynamic in a string of dynamic sessions. Before I give you a rundown of the key bills I’m watching for the commercial real estate industry,
Publications & Presentations
“2021 Oregon Legislative Forecast Is Hazy with a High Chance of Storms,” Ear to the Ground Blog, February 2021
Panelist, “Post-Election Political Forecast,” NAOIP Oregon, January 2021
Panelist, “OBA Executive Development Program: Legislation and Politics,” Oregon Bankers Association, July 2020
Moderator, “Oregon’s New Political Landscape: What Does it Mean for Our Industry in the 2019 Legislative Session and Beyond?” Associated General Contractors Oregon-Columbia Chapter Annual Meeting, January 2019