RICHARD A. WHITE
Business Law and Business Litigation
Richard was born in Berkeley, California, but spent his formative years in Southern Oregon. He completed his undergraduate degree in Business Administration at the University of Oregon and attended the Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College. He graduated from law school in 2014 and passed the Oregon State Bar the same year.
Richard is a member of the Land Use and Housing Committee of the Westside Economic Alliance, a non-profit organization that advocates for a healthy economic environment on the west-side of the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area.
He also sits on the board of Camp Yakety Yak, a nonprofit organization that helps children with special needs (e.g., Autism, ADHD, Intellectual Disability) grow socially and emotionally by improving their communication skills. The camp’s educational mission is twofold:
- provide instruction in social & emotional skills to children with special needs & their siblings to support friendship development in a day camp setting and
- provide an opportunity for future professionals in educational and therapeutic fields to gain knowledge and hands-on experience in working with children with special needs.
In this free time, Richard enjoys SCUBA diving and traveling to Autzen Stadium for University of Oregon football games.
University of Oregon, B.S. 2005
Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College, J.D. 2014
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
Oregon State Courts