Emily M. Oberdorfer
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Emily M. Oberdorfer

Dedicated DUII Advocate

Oberdorfer Law Firm LLC

4080 N Williams Ave Ste 200
Portland, OR 97227

Phone: 503-223-2313

Website: http://www.oberlaw.com

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About Emily M. Oberdorfer

Emily Oberdorfer’s first legal job was at 15 years old, serving subpoenas in Maryland. She graduated summa cum laude from Portland State University. During law school she worked in criminal defense and civil rights, including work on high-profile police misconduct cases. After graduation Emily clerked for The Honorable Nan G. Waller, the Presiding Judge of the Multnomah County Circuit Court Family Law Department, and she then entered private practice. Emily is licensed to practice before all Oregon courts and the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon. She is an active member of the Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (OCDLA) as a member of the education committee. She is passionate about criminal defense, DUII, individual rights, and helping her clients.


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