Oregon Women Lawyers Chapters
OWLS has 11 regional chapters. Each chapter hosts its own meetings and
events. To find out more about a local chapter, contact the chapter
representative as indicated below.
Click here for resources to help your chapter organize events and programs.
CHAPTER CONTACT INFORMATION
Carol E. Jones (Yamhill County)
Cascade Women Lawyers (Bend)
Cascade Women Lawyers is the Central Oregon chapter of Oregon Women Lawyers. The chapter meets bi-monthly, usually in Bend. Mariel Darzen
Clackamas Women Lawyers
Ellyn Stier or Ericka Langone
Josephine County Women Lawyers (Grants Pass)
Lane County Women Lawyers (Eugene area)
Lawyers' Association of Washington County
Linn-Benton Women Lawyers (Albany/Corvallis)
Mary Leonard Law Society (Salem)
The Mary Leonard Law Society ("MLLS") is the Salem-area
chapter of Oregon Women Lawyers. Named after Mary A. Leonard,
the first woman to practice law in Oregon in the 1880’s, the
chapter meets monthly from September to June, usually on the third
Tuesday at Willamette University Commons.
Hon. Allison Boomer
Queen's Bench (Portland)
Queen's Bench, the Portland chapter of Oregon Women Lawyers
(OWLS), is an independent non-profit organization whose mission
is to promote the professional advancement, camaraderie, and
good fellowship among women in the legal profession and the community.
Queen’s Bench provides a supportive environment for attorneys,
law students and those who work in the legal field to meet, network
and make friends. Julie Lohuis
Rebecca J. Bloom Chapter (Umatilla and Morrow Counties)
Named after Rebecca J. Bloom,
a prominent eastern Oregon and Washington attorney, the Rebecca J.
Bloom Chapter of OWLS hosts informal monthly meetings in addition
to CLE screenings and networking events in Umatilla and Morrow Counties.
Sally Anderson Hansell
Rogue Women Lawyers (Ashland/Medford)