Jenny M. Madkour, County Attorney, BA California State University at Fullerton, JD Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College. Jenny advises the Board of Commissioners, Chair's Office, Auditor, Board Clerk, Office of Diversity, Budget & Performance, the Communications Office, Citizen Involvement Committee, Risk Management, Public Meetings, Public Records and Charter Review. Jenny provides employment litigation management and advises on homelessness/housing/affordable housing and provides support to Elections.
Kathryn A. Short, Deputy County Attorney, BS Santa Clara University, JD Willamette University College of Law. Kathy advises the County on labor law matters, generally in employment and labor law matters. She specifically advises Human Resources and provides advice to labor and benefits. She also provides training to Human Resources and Labor. She provides employment litigation support as needed and supervises support staff.
James G. Rice, Litigation Manager, BA, MA, JD University of Dayton. Civil litigation practice focus on Section 1983 civil rights, torts and professional negligence. Advice on public safety issues.
Nick Baldwin-Sayre, Assistant County Attorney; BA, University of California, Los Angeles; JD Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College. Nick represents the County in all construction matters and environmental compliance and permitting. Nick also provides support on construction transactions.
David N. Blankfeld, Assistant County Attorney, BA University of Arizona, JD Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College. David represents the County in general litigation, small claims, habeas corpus, concealed weapon permits, and civil forfeiture matters in state and federal courts. He also serves as an advisory attorney for Animal Services and Emergency Management. He provides advisory support to the Department of Community Justice and is the managing attorney for law clerks.
Carlo Calandriello, Assistant County Attorney, BS, MS, Florida International University, JD Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College. Carlo advises the Sheriff's Office, the Local Public Safety Coordinating Council ("LPSCC"), Building Security Committee and the Criminal Justice Advisory Council ("CJAC"). Carlos also represents the County in general litigation in state and federal courts and provides support to Emergency Management and Corrections Health.
Ken Elliott, Assistant County Attorney, BA University of Montana, JD Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College. Ken advises on real property transactions, facilities management, construction matters, condemnation and bond release review. He also provides advisory support for transportation.
Will Glasson, Assistant County Attorney, BA Case Western Reserve University, JD University of Oregon School of Law. Will advises the Department of County Assets: Information Technology, Administrative Hub, Records Management, Intellectual Property, Fleet and Distribution with general advice, security advice and contracts. He also provides support for the Finance Division of the Department of County Management and litigates as assigned.
Cindy Hahn, Assistant County Attorney, BBA, University of Texas at Austin, JD, University of Denver Sturm College of Law. Cindy represents the County in matters related to privacy/security, protection of personal information and other transactional matters. She also serves as the Chief Privacy Officer for the County.
Andy Jones, Assistant County Attorney, BS, JD, University of Wisconsin. Andy represents the County in general litigation and provides support for concealed weapons permits.
Jackie Kamins, Assistant County Attorney, BA, Columbia University, JD, University of Virginia. Jackie litigates on behalf of the County in state and federal court. She also does appellate work and provides support on concealed weapons permits.
David Landrum, Assistant County Attorney, BA Southern Methodist University 1983; JD, Lewis & Clark Northwestern School of Law 1994; Admitted State Bar of Texas November 1994; admitted Oregon State Bar December 1995. Practice focuses on employment litigation, other general litigation; provides support to Human Resources and Labor Relations as needed.
Courtney Lords, Assistant County Attorney, BS and MPA University of Utah, JD University of Oregon Law School. Courtney advises on Transportation, Road District (Ramsey-Walmer) and Condemnation and Right-Of-Way. She provides support to facilities/real property transactions, DART - tax title redemption and post judgment and land use enforcement.
Bernadette Dieker Nunley, Assistant County Attorney, BA Bellarmine College, JD Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College. Bernadette advises the Health Department and Central Purchasing. She provides support to the Library. She also trains County employees on Oregon Ethics and Public Records law.
Carlos A. Rasch, Assistant County Attorney, BS, Chapman University, JD, University of Oregon. Carlos represents the County in tax litigation. Carlos advises and represents DART in tax title redemption and post judgment, foreclosure judgments, Affordable Housing Development Program ("AHDP"), board property tax appeals, personal property tax collection, County Record/Clerk/Marriage Licenses, exemptions and special assessments and bankruptcy. Carlos also provides litigation support as assigned.
Nathan Sramek, Assistant County Attorney, more information coming soon.
Jonathan Strauhull, Assistant County Attorney, BA University of Rochester, JD Willamette University College of Law. Jon advises the Library District and the Department of County Human Services on general advice and contracts. He also provides advice and represents the Adult Care Home Program, Developmental Disabilities Program and Public Guardian's Office. He provides litigation support as assigned.
Katherine Thomas, Assistant County Attorney, BA Whitman College, JD Lewis & Clark Law School. Katherine advises the Divisions of Land Use Planning and Enforcement, Office of Sustainability, County Surveyor and Service Districts. Katherine provides support to Government Relations and Legislative, general governance, environmental compliance and permitting, Assessment, Recording and Taxation ("DART") and the Charter Review Committee. Katherine also does appellate work.
Jed Tomkins, Assistant County Attorney, BS Cornell University, JD Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College. Jed advises Land Use Planning and Enforcement, Facilities/Real Property Transactions, Construction Transactions, Municipal Revenue and the Office of Economic Development and special projects (e.g., Urban renewal, Levee renovation, neighborhood redevelopment). Jed also provides support to DART.
Angie Alcorn, Paralegal. Angie provides support in litigation, civil forfeiture, the privacy program, tax court, staff training, IT learning leader and Disco administration.
Ona L. Davis, Paralegal. Ona provides administrative and litigation support. She is the legislative Paralegal who finalizes board documents and maintains the county code. Additionally she provides support for Itax and Clio administration.
Amy M. Goodale, Paralegal. Amy provides litigation support, civil forfeiture support, board document support, Clio support and staff training. .
Jane Hadley, Administrative Assistant, provides office administrative and litigation support.
Nikia Pritchard, Receptionist/Legal Assistant, provides administrative and litigation support.
Tatyana Shimary, Paralegal. Tatyana provides administrative and litigation support to the property group and is the construction paralegal.