Andrew E. Teitelman is committed to delivering quality, affordable legal services to the residents of Oregon and Washington. Andrew looks forward to assisting you, your family, and your business.
University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, Maryland
Juris Doctor, May 2003
Towson University, Towson, Maryland
B.S., Mass Communications, December 1999
National Crime Victim Law Institute, Portland, Oregon Staff Attorney, Instructor in Lewis and Clark Law School’s Crime Victim Litigation Clinic, November 2006 – February 2008
Law Office of Richard R. Johnson, Sacramento, California June 2005 – November 2006
Circuit Court for Baltimore County, Towson, Maryland Judicial Law Clerk for The Honorable Susan Souder, April 2003 – May 2005
Admitted to the Maryland State Bar, December 2003
Admitted to the Oregon State Bar, September 2007
Admitted to Washington State Bar, December, 2011.
Author, Visual Impact: Cameras in the Courtroom, Spring/Summer 2007 Issue of NCVLI News, a nationwide newsletter for victims’ rights lawyers and service providers.
Presenter, A Year in Review: Victims’ Rights Cases from the Past Year, presented at the NCVLI 2007
Crime Victim Law & Litigation Conference in Portland Oregon, May 18, 2007
Author, Faulty Defaults, The Advocate, Voice of the Baltimore County Bar Association, Vol. XIV, No. 6, January 2005.
James E Redman as been an attorney for over 50 years. He has been admitted to practice Oregon, Washington and before the US Supreme Court. His career began as a Deputy District Attorney for Clackamas County.
Wills and Trusts
Lewis and Clark College – Bachelor of Science 1954.
Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark – Juris Doctor – 1963
Representation of injured clients and assisting families in the purchase and sale of real property. Assisting those in need of wills, trusts and in processing probate estates.
Past President of the Clack&mas County Bar and Vice President of the Oregon State Bar together with service on numerous Bar committees.
Chairman of the local school board three times. Chairman of the local Salvation Army committee and service with other committees. Recipient of Oregon State Presidents Public Service Award and Holman Lifetime Achievement Award.
Multi-year AV Preeminent, the highest possible rating in legal ability and ethical standards by Martindale-Hubbell, a national peer review rating service established in 1887.
Long-Serving Clackamas County Pro Tem Circuit Court Judge.