Philip M. Lebenbaum

Partner

 

Education:

 

J.D. with Honors, 1985 Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark

 

Bachelor of Science in Political Economy of Natural Resources, 1982 University of California at Berkeley

 

 

Practice:

 

Since 1986, I have represented individuals injured at work or by another's fault, individuals accused of criminal conduct and employees whose civil rights have been violated by their employer. Through hard work and experience, I have obtained successful results for these individuals.

 

 

Each client deserves, and receives, individual attention from me in all cases. Wrongful death, workplace injuries, Social Security cases and civil rights actions all get my full attention and tenacious approach.

 

 

Personal:

 

I am married with two, almost adult children. I have lived and worked in Portland since 1982. My father was born here in 1913 when his father was working on the Red Line railroad that ran between Newberg and Portland. On weekends, I referee premier youth soccer.