Allyson V. Swecker
Allyson Swecker joined Reinisch Wilson Weier in early 2019 as a litigation associate. Allyson attended Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama, before moving to the Pacific Northwest to begin practicing law in Portland. She now practices in our Oregon workers’ compensation practice group based in Portland.
Allyson earned her Bachelor of Science degree in zoology, with a focus on pre-medicine, from Auburn University in 2014. Her background in medicine is extremely useful in workers’ compensation law. While in law school, Allyson participated in trial competitions and interned for two federal judges. She also served as the Articles & Symposium Editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy.
Open communication, hard work, and understanding are vital to maintaining a successful workers’ compensation practice. I strive to ensure that I am knowledgeable and up to date on all relevant rules and case law so that my clients can feel confident in my representation.
Litigation is not always the best route for every case, so I work hard to ensure that my clients know all available options before choosing what works best for them. My clients are my first priority, and I am dedicated to ensuring the best possible outcome for each case.
- Juris Doctor, Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama, 2018
- American Journal of Trial Advocacy, 2016-18
- Articles and Symposium Editor
- Bachelor of Science, Zoology, Minor in French, Auburn University, 2014
Memberships and Community
- Oregon Bar Association
- Workers' Compensation Section
- Labor & Employment Law Section
- Multnomah Bar Association
- "United States v. Bravo-Fernandez: Can an Individual be Tried a Second Time for Related Crimes After a Mixed Jury Verdict?," 40 AM. J. TRIAL. ADVOC. 395 (Spring 2017)
Recent speaking engagements
- "Oregon Board's Own Motion," client continuing education seminar, July 1, 2019
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