J.D. 2017, Lewis & Clark College, Northwestern School of Law
M.F.A. 2007, University of Nevada
B.A. 2004, Arizona State University
Caleb started at the firm in 2019. He is passionate about advocating for unions and their members, as well as resolving disputes, or avoiding them altogether. Caleb has represented clients in Oregon circuit and appellate courts and before administrative agencies. Previously, he was a staff attorney at the Oregon Law Center for two years, where he represented low-income clients in administrative, employment, housing, and family law matters.
He attended law school at Lewis & Clark College, has a master’s degree in creative writing, and, as an undergraduate, studied Spanish, in which he is fluent. Caleb has a background in advocating for domestic violence survivors and their families, as well as teaching English, and comes from a long line of educators.
Oregon State Bar, Labor and Employment Section
McKanna Bishop Joffe, LLP, associate (2019-present)
Oregon Law Center, staff attorney (2017-2019)
Admitted to Practice
State and Federal Courts in Oregon
Oregon Scuba Club