Order of the Coif. Listed, Best Lawyers in America, 2006—. Formerly with: Williams & Connolly LLP, Washington, DC.; Partner, Stoel Rives LLP, Portland, Oregon. Adjunct Professor of Law, Lewis & Clark Law School. White Collar Crime Senior Project Editor, The American Criminal Law Review, 1996-1997. Member, Board of Oregon chapter, Federal Bar Association. Author: "The U.S. Department of Justice's 'Revised' Principles of Federal Prosecution of Business Organizations: Real Change or Just More of the Same?" Federal Bar Association Newsletter, Spring 2007; Co-author: "Reexamining 'Loss' and 'Gain' in the Wake of Dura Pharmaceuticals v. Broudo New Ammunition for Securities Fraud Defendants in the Continuing Guidelines War," NACDL Champion magazine, May 2006; Author: "The Benefits and Limitations of Courtroom Technology in Presenting the Complex Case," Oregon State Bar Litigation Journal, Summer 2006. Speaker/Instructor: "Defending an Innocent Client in the Enron Criminal Cauldron," panelist, Oregon State Bar Litigation Institute and Retreat, March 2007; "Recent Developments in White Collar Criminal Enforcement," Absolute Criminal Litigators Conference, Las Vegas, March 2007; "Best Practices for Early in the White Collar Criminal Investigation, panel moderator, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Philadelphia, May 2006; "Securities Fraud," panelist American Bar Association National Institute on White Collar Crime, San Francisco, March 2006; "Using Technology Persuasively in Jury Arguments and Court Hearings," Oregon Law Institute/Federal Bar Association, Advance Federal Practice & Procedure Seminar, Portland, February 2006. Law Clerk to the Hon. Thomas Penfield Jackson, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, 1997-1999.