Brett Applegate takes on her clients’ legal problems with tenacity and attention to detail. She analyzes a case from every angle to identify the best and most cost-effective solution. She is a loyal and fearless advocate for her clients.
Business and commercial litigation; appeals
Admitted to Practice:
Oregon; U.S. District Court, Oregon
Graduated first in the class of 2013 at Lewis and Clark Law School, served as an article editor for the Lewis & Clark Law Review; Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, 2008; Bachelor of Arts in English and Creative Writing, 2005 both from The University of Arizona.
Multnomah Bar Association, YLS Service to the Public Committee (2015-present); Oregon Women Lawyers.
“Dave Frohnmayer in the United States Supreme Court,” The Oregon Constitutional Law Newsletter (Winter 2016) (Co-Author); “They Made It Up,” Oregon State Bar Administrative Law Newsletter (Spring 2015) (Co-Author); “When Stranahan Doesn’t Get You Where You Need to Go – Advocating for New Approaches to Interpreting the Oregon Constitution,” The Oregon Constitutional Law Newsletter (Summer 2014) (Co-Author); “Prior (False?) Accusations: Reforming Rape Shields to Reflect the Dynamics of Sexual Assault,” 17 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 899 (2013).
Associate, Harrang Long Gary Rudnick PC (2013-2016); Law Clerk, Oregon Department of Justice, Criminal and Collateral Remedies Section (2011-2012). Prior to beginning her legal career, Brett worked as a college writing instructor.
Lewis and Clark Law School mentor (2014-present); Animal Aid volunteer cat caregiver.