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David E. Leith

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Attorney General's Executive Team

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Background Information

Employment History

Attorney

Oregon Department of Justice


Chair of the Constitutional Law Section

Oregon State Bar


Attorney-In-Charge of the Special Litigation Unit

Justice Department


Affiliations

Marion County CourtCare

Member


the Oregon

Representative


SLU

Member


Oregon Administrative Hearings Oversight Committee

Various Law Improvement Committees


Education

Bachelor of Arts

Whitman College


Doctor of Jurisprudence

University of Oregon School of Law


Juris Doctorate

University of Oregon School of Law.


Web References(108 Total References)


Judicial Vacancies

www.orbar.org [cached]

Governor Kitzhaber appointed Lindsay R. Partridge and David E. Leith to fill the seats vacated by Judges John B. Wilson and Joseph C. Guimond.
Governor Kitzhaber Announces Appointments of Lindsay Partridge and David Leith to the Marion County Circuit Court (Salem, OR) - Governor Kitzhaber today announced the appointments of Lindsay R. Partridge and David E. Leith to fill the vacancies on the Marion County Circuit Court created by the retirements of Judges John B. Wilson and Joseph C. Guimond. "Mr. Leith is one of the State's most valued lawyers," said Governor Kitzhaber. "His long service to the Department of Justice and as a public sector attorney will be a great loss to the Department but a great asset for the Marion County Circuit Court and the people of Marion County. He will be a fair and patient judge with a diligent commitment to the rule of law." Mr. Leith received a Bachelor of Arts from Whitman College and a Doctor of Jurisprudence, Order of the Coif, from the University of Oregon School of Law. After law school, he clerked at the Oregon Court of Appeals for the Honorable John H. Buttler and for the Honorable Susan M. Leeson. Since 1994, he has been with the Oregon Department of Justice and has served in several different roles including Attorney-in-Charge of the Special Litigation Unit (SLU) and most recently as the Associate Attorney General. As a member of SLU, Mr. Leith handled some of the State's most important and complex litigation including constitutional challenges to state statutes and programs. As Associate Attorney General, he serves as part of the Attorney General's Executive Team and as Chief Counsel of the General Counsel Division. He works on a diverse range of issues that impact Oregonians every day. Mr. Leith is a member of the Marion County Bar Association and has served on various law improvement committees, including the Oregon Administrative Hearings Oversight Committee, the Administrative Rules Advisory Committee, and as past chair of the Constitutional Law Section of the Oregon State Bar.


Judicial Vacancies

www.osbar.org [cached]

Governor Kitzhaber appointed Lindsay R. Partridge and David E. Leith to fill the seats vacated by Judges John B. Wilson and Joseph C. Guimond.
Governor Kitzhaber Announces Appointments of Lindsay Partridge and David Leith to the Marion County Circuit Court (Salem, OR) - Governor Kitzhaber today announced the appointments of Lindsay R. Partridge and David E. Leith to fill the vacancies on the Marion County Circuit Court created by the retirements of Judges John B. Wilson and Joseph C. Guimond. "Mr. Leith is one of the State's most valued lawyers," said Governor Kitzhaber. "His long service to the Department of Justice and as a public sector attorney will be a great loss to the Department but a great asset for the Marion County Circuit Court and the people of Marion County. He will be a fair and patient judge with a diligent commitment to the rule of law." Mr. Leith received a Bachelor of Arts from Whitman College and a Doctor of Jurisprudence, Order of the Coif, from the University of Oregon School of Law. After law school, he clerked at the Oregon Court of Appeals for the Honorable John H. Buttler and for the Honorable Susan M. Leeson. Since 1994, he has been with the Oregon Department of Justice and has served in several different roles including Attorney-in-Charge of the Special Litigation Unit (SLU) and most recently as the Associate Attorney General. As a member of SLU, Mr. Leith handled some of the State's most important and complex litigation including constitutional challenges to state statutes and programs. As Associate Attorney General, he serves as part of the Attorney General's Executive Team and as Chief Counsel of the General Counsel Division. He works on a diverse range of issues that impact Oregonians every day. Mr. Leith is a member of the Marion County Bar Association and has served on various law improvement committees, including the Oregon Administrative Hearings Oversight Committee, the Administrative Rules Advisory Committee, and as past chair of the Constitutional Law Section of the Oregon State Bar.


Judicial Vacancies

www.oregonstatebar.org [cached]

Governor Kitzhaber appointed Lindsay R. Partridge and David E. Leith to fill the seats vacated by Judges John B. Wilson and Joseph C. Guimond.
Governor Kitzhaber Announces Appointments of Lindsay Partridge and David Leith to the Marion County Circuit Court (Salem, OR) - Governor Kitzhaber today announced the appointments of Lindsay R. Partridge and David E. Leith to fill the vacancies on the Marion County Circuit Court created by the retirements of Judges John B. Wilson and Joseph C. Guimond. "Mr. Leith is one of the State's most valued lawyers," said Governor Kitzhaber. "His long service to the Department of Justice and as a public sector attorney will be a great loss to the Department but a great asset for the Marion County Circuit Court and the people of Marion County. He will be a fair and patient judge with a diligent commitment to the rule of law." Mr. Leith received a Bachelor of Arts from Whitman College and a Doctor of Jurisprudence, Order of the Coif, from the University of Oregon School of Law. After law school, he clerked at the Oregon Court of Appeals for the Honorable John H. Buttler and for the Honorable Susan M. Leeson. Since 1994, he has been with the Oregon Department of Justice and has served in several different roles including Attorney-in-Charge of the Special Litigation Unit (SLU) and most recently as the Associate Attorney General. As a member of SLU, Mr. Leith handled some of the State's most important and complex litigation including constitutional challenges to state statutes and programs. As Associate Attorney General, he serves as part of the Attorney General's Executive Team and as Chief Counsel of the General Counsel Division. He works on a diverse range of issues that impact Oregonians every day. Mr. Leith is a member of the Marion County Bar Association and has served on various law improvement committees, including the Oregon Administrative Hearings Oversight Committee, the Administrative Rules Advisory Committee, and as past chair of the Constitutional Law Section of the Oregon State Bar.


Judicial Vacancies

www.oregonstatebar.net [cached]

Governor Kitzhaber appointed Lindsay R. Partridge and David E. Leith to fill the seats vacated by Judges John B. Wilson and Joseph C. Guimond.
Governor Kitzhaber Announces Appointments of Lindsay Partridge and David Leith to the Marion County Circuit Court (Salem, OR) - Governor Kitzhaber today announced the appointments of Lindsay R. Partridge and David E. Leith to fill the vacancies on the Marion County Circuit Court created by the retirements of Judges John B. Wilson and Joseph C. Guimond. "Mr. Leith is one of the State's most valued lawyers," said Governor Kitzhaber. "His long service to the Department of Justice and as a public sector attorney will be a great loss to the Department but a great asset for the Marion County Circuit Court and the people of Marion County. He will be a fair and patient judge with a diligent commitment to the rule of law." Mr. Leith received a Bachelor of Arts from Whitman College and a Doctor of Jurisprudence, Order of the Coif, from the University of Oregon School of Law. After law school, he clerked at the Oregon Court of Appeals for the Honorable John H. Buttler and for the Honorable Susan M. Leeson. Since 1994, he has been with the Oregon Department of Justice and has served in several different roles including Attorney-in-Charge of the Special Litigation Unit (SLU) and most recently as the Associate Attorney General. As a member of SLU, Mr. Leith handled some of the State's most important and complex litigation including constitutional challenges to state statutes and programs. As Associate Attorney General, he serves as part of the Attorney General's Executive Team and as Chief Counsel of the General Counsel Division. He works on a diverse range of issues that impact Oregonians every day. Mr. Leith is a member of the Marion County Bar Association and has served on various law improvement committees, including the Oregon Administrative Hearings Oversight Committee, the Administrative Rules Advisory Committee, and as past chair of the Constitutional Law Section of the Oregon State Bar.


Judicial Vacancies

www.oregonlawyers.org [cached]

Governor Kitzhaber appointed Lindsay R. Partridge and David E. Leith to fill the seats vacated by Judges John B. Wilson and Joseph C. Guimond.
Governor Kitzhaber Announces Appointments of Lindsay Partridge and David Leith to the Marion County Circuit Court (Salem, OR) - Governor Kitzhaber today announced the appointments of Lindsay R. Partridge and David E. Leith to fill the vacancies on the Marion County Circuit Court created by the retirements of Judges John B. Wilson and Joseph C. Guimond. "Mr. Leith is one of the State's most valued lawyers," said Governor Kitzhaber. Mr. Leith received a Bachelor of Arts from Whitman College and a Doctor of Jurisprudence, Order of the Coif, from the University of Oregon School of Law. After law school, he clerked at the Oregon Court of Appeals for the Honorable John H. Buttler and for the Honorable Susan M. Leeson. Since 1994, he has been with the Oregon Department of Justice and has served in several different roles including Attorney-in-Charge of the Special Litigation Unit (SLU) and most recently as the Associate Attorney General. As a member of SLU, Mr. Leith handled some of the State's most important and complex litigation including constitutional challenges to state statutes and programs. As Associate Attorney General, he serves as part of the Attorney General's Executive Team and as Chief Counsel of the General Counsel Division. He works on a diverse range of issues that impact Oregonians every day. Mr. Leith is a member of the Marion County Bar Association and has served on various law improvement committees, including the Oregon Administrative Hearings Oversight Committee, the Administrative Rules Advisory Committee, and as past chair of the Constitutional Law Section of the Oregon State Bar.


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