Paul S. Bovarnick

Lawyer

A Timeline of Professional Milestones

1952

Born to Murray Elliott and Esther (Waters) in New York, NY.

1974

Earns a Bachelor of Arts in history, cum laude, from Claremont Men’s College.

1979

Obtains a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Oregon and is admitted to practice in Oregon.

1979

Is a staff attorney and managing attorney at Montana Legal Services in Billings, MT through 1982.

1980

Is admitted to practice in Montana.

1981

Is involved with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in Billings, MT until 1982.

1982

Serves as treasurer of the Yellowstone Valley Democratic Club in Billings, MT.

1982

Is a managing attorney at Oregon Legal Services in Hillsboro, OR until 1983.

1983

Is an associate at Bricker, Zakovics in Portland, OR until 1985.

1984

Serves on the board of directors of Oregonians for Individual Rights in Portland, OR.

1985

Works for a sole practice in Portland, OR until 1992.

1985

Serves as chairman of the board of directors of the Forest Park Children’s Center in Portland, OR until 1988.

1991

Is involved with Rita’s Place until 1994.

1993

Is a partner and of counsel at Rose, Senders & Bovarnick in Portland, OR through 2019.

2002

Is admitted to practice in Washington.

2003

Serves as a board member of the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association until 2015.

2019

Becomes the owner of Rose, Senders & Bovarnick in Portland, OR.

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