Roland received his undergraduate degree from Harvard University in 1971 and his law degree from the University of Oregon in 1974, at which time he became a member of the Oregon State Bar and went into private practice. He joined the firm in 1984. Roland has been an author and speaker for the Oregon State Bar, as well as many other groups, and has served on various Oregon State Bar committees. He has been president of the Phoenix School of Oregon (1995), and the Roseburg Kiwanis Club (1988).
Dan received his undergraduate degree from George Mason University in 1978, and his law degree from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law (where he graduated "With Distinction" and was a member of the Order of the Coif) in 1981. He was admitted to the California State Bar in 1981 and the Oregon State Bar in 1996. He was the president of the Riverside County (California) Bar Association (1994) and president of the Douglas County Bar Association (2006).He was a lecturer on real estate law at the University of California and presented programs on real estate law for the California State Bar and the American Bar Association. Dan is currently an instructor of real estate law at Umpqua Community College. Dan is rated "AV," the highest rating issued by the Martindale-Hubble attorney directory, and is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocacy (ABOTA). Dan is a litigator; his primary area of practice is real estate and business litigation.
Ron received his undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon in 2005 and his law degree from Williamette University in 2008. He became a member of the Oregon State Bar and an associate of the firm in 2009. He graduated from Roseburg High School in 1997 and then served a two-year church mission in France from 1998-2000. Ron loves the great Northwest and enjoys spending time with his family, as well as hiking, fishing and hunting. Ron advises clients on a variety of matters including civil litigation, contract and construction law, real estate transactions, land use planning, and landlord tenant law.
Jessica received her undergraduate degree from Williamette University in 1999 and her law degree from Lewis and Clark College in 2002. She became a member of the Oregon State Bar in 2005 and an associate of the firm in 2007. She is a board member of the Douglas County Bar Association, Oregon Trial Lawyer's Association, and the Family Law Section of the Oregon State Bar. She is a native resident of Douglas County, and a certified hospice volunteer for Mercy Home Health and Hospice. Jessica advises clients on a variety of legal matters including: family law, civil litigation, estate planning, property and contract law, construction law and real estate transactions.