David James Robinson (2024 Chair)
David is a solo attorney serving the Portland metropolitan area and Central Oregon Coast. Practice areas include estate planning and probates, business law, nonprofit law, municipal/special districts, real estate, and family law.
Brian Parrott (2024 Treasurer)
Brian is a solo practitioner with an office in Beaverton, Oregon. Brian attended Willamette University where he received both his JD and MBA. He started his career as a deputy district attorney in Marion County and currently represents business clients in transactional matters including organization, ownership transactions, employment agreements, and general risk management and business issues. The majority of Brian’s clients are in healthcare so, in addition to their business needs, he assists with privacy, regulatory, and compliance matters unique to the health industry.
Tom Kranovich (2024 Secretary)
Work Experience: Litigator (civil, criminal, and domestic relations) with Reif & Reif; Insurance Defense Litigator for Safeco Insurance; Managing Attorney for Safeco Insurance; Insurance Litigation; Private practice; Mediator & arbitrator. Circuit Court Judge Pro Tempore in Clackamas County. Education: JD, Lewis & Clark; M. Mus & B. Mus, U of O.
Bar Activities: HOD for 6 years; OSB BOG and BOG Contact for the SSF, 2011-13, OSB President in 2014; SSF Chair Pro Tempore 2023; Currently Secretary of the SSF. OSB Disciplinary Board 2015-present.
Stefyni Allen (2024 Member-at-large)
Stefyni is an attorney-mediator and parent coordinator at The Collaborative Way LLC. Her mediation work is primarily court connected custody and parenting time mediation for Yamhill, Polk and Marion Counties. She does parent coordination work statewide. Stefyni received her J.D. from the Willamette University College of Law and her B.A. from UC Davis, where she studied sociology.
Susan Carter (2024 Member at Large)
John Kesselring (2024 Member at Large)
John Kesselring is the principal of Kesselring Law Firm, LLC, a civil law firm focused on Business, Estate Planning & Probate, Personal Injury, and Family Law. Growing up in a family-run business, John founded his firm on the dual principles of being client-focused and results-driven. John strives to deliver outcomes that provide the greatest value to his clients – often seeking amicable resolutions, though he enjoys trying cases as well. John is a native Oregonian who graduated from University of Oregon School of Law, where he held positions on the Moot Court Board and as a Senior Associate Editor of Oregon Law Review. In his spare time, John enjoys spending time with family, restoring cars, photography, fishing, and getting lost in the great outdoors.
Rudy R. Lachenmeier (2024 Member at Large)
Rudy was a civil litigator for 45 years and had his own law firm from 1980 until 2019 when his last partner retired. He tried an estimated 150 cases to jury verdict, and handled about 1600 more to conclusion by arbitration, settlement or summary judgment. His shortest trial was two hours and his longest went 13 long grueling weeks.
He obtained his first 35 hours of mediation training in 2012, and has taken at least 200 hours of additional training since then. He stopped accepting new litigation cases a few years ago and since has been exclusively a mediator and arbitrator, both by Zoom and now again in person if requested. He was a board member of OMA for four years and currently is in his second year on the ADR board and co-authored the mediation techniques chapter of the bars recent ADR in Oregon book. Learn more at www.ledrlaw.com.
Ryan Mauck (2024 Member at Large)
Kevin McHargue (2024 Member at Large)
Kevin McHargue is a mediator and parent coordinator at Parting Waters Mediation. He earned his law degree at the University of Texas School of Law in 1994 and has been licensed in Oregon since 2011. From 2017 to 2023, Kevin was the Executive Director of the St. Andrew Legal Clinic, a nonprofit law firm providing legal representation, mediation and other forms of dispute resolution for low-income clients in family court. During this time he also served as Vice President of the Oregon Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and chair of the Multnomah Bar Association’s Public Service Committee.
Raife Neuman (2024 Member at Large)
Raife is a co-owner of Intelekia Law Group where he practices primarily in real property and business law, providing both litigation and transactional services to a variety of clients. His undergraduate degree is from St. John’s College (Santa Fe, NM) where he studied the Great Books program, and he graduated cum laude from Lewis & Clark Law School with a certificate in environmental law. Raife formerly served as the co-chair of the MBA YLS Service to the Public Committee and for 3 years as the co-chair of the OSB ONLD Pro Bono Committee. He is an avid kickball player and races sailboats weekly on the Columbia River.
Terry Scannell (2024 Member at Large)
Terry is the founder of a small firm, ScannelLaw.com. The firm has been in existence for nearly 15 years. The firm specializes in civil litigation. Scannell has worked for the Mayor of Portland, the US Congress, was an owner and manager of several small and medium sized businesses. He has also been a Senior V.P. of Operations for a $100 million division of a Fortune 500 company. He holds a law degree from the University of Oregon, a Master’s of Public Administration from University of Southern California and his undergraduate degree is from Lewis & Clark College.
David Scott (2024 Associate Member)
David is an estate planning attorney with White Oak Wills & Trusts, LLC in the Pearl District of Portland, a boutique firm specializing in estate planning and administration. He works with clients on a variety of estate planning matters including wills, trusts, specialty trusts for NFA items, and advising clients with taxable Oregon and federal estates. While growing up in Southern California, David’s first airplane trip was to Medford, Oregon to visit extended family. He fell in love with Oregon and knew that he wanted to make it his home. David received his J.D. from Willamette University College of Law and his B.S. from the University of Oregon. He is also a member of the New Tax Lawyer Committee of the OSB Taxation Section, and serves on the board of a local nonprofit.
Jacob Vela (2024 Associate Member)
Stacey McCormack (2024 Associate Member)
Stacey is the CEO of Musimack Marketing, a full-service digital marketing agency in Tigard. With over 20 years’ experience in media and advertising, her background includes marketing roles at Entercom Radio, Tribune Broadcasting, Comcast Spotlight, and The Oregonian. She is passionate about helping professional service providers shine online through website design, SEO, social media and digital advertising.
Danielle Edwards – OSB Liaison (2024)
Elizabeth J Inayoshi – BOG Liaison (2024)
TBD – Oregon New Lawyers Division (2024)