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Iván Resendiz Gutierrez Elected to Serve on the Executive Committee of the OSB Appellate Practice Section



Miller Nash Graham & Dunn attorney Iván Resendiz Gutierrez was recently elected to serve a two-term role on the executive committee for the Oregon State Bar (OSB) Appellate Practice Section. The OSB Appellate Practice Section’s mission is to serve state and federal appellate practitioners with continuing legal education (CLE) opportunities, monitor changes to the Oregon Rules of Appellate Procedure and legislative developments, and offer a forum for ways to improve the practice of appellate law. Executive committee members are tasked with developing the Oregon Pro Bono Appellate Program and professional and community engagements, including CLE programs and socials for appellate practitioners and judges. Resendiz Gutierrez is also a member of the OSB Appellate Executive Committee’s recently created diversity and inclusion subcommittee, which aims to increase the efforts to advance diversity and inclusion in the appellate bar and courts. To read more, visit the OSB Appellate Practice Section website at

About Iván Resendiz Gutierrez
Resendiz Gutierrez is an attorney in the firm’s litigation practice group. He focuses his practice on business litigation, representing local and national clients on a variety of complex civil matters, matters, including corporate governance and shareholder disputes, ERISA, labor and employment, securities, and appeals. Before joining Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, Resendiz Gutierrez served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Lynn R. Nakamoto at the Oregon Supreme Court and the Oregon Court of Appeals. Resendiz Gutierrez is a proud “Double Duck”; he earned his bachelor's degree at the University of Oregon before receiving his law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law. Resendiz Gutierrez is currently the president-elect of the Oregon Hispanic Bar Association, serves on the membership committee of the Multnomah Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, and is a mentor at Willamette University College of Law.

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