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Iván Resendiz Gutierrez Honored with the HNBA Top Lawyers Under 40 Award



Miller Nash Graham &Dunn attorney Iván Resendiz Gutierrez was honored on Thursday, March 21, 2019 with the Hispanic National Bar Association’s (HNBA) prestigious “HNBA Top Lawyers Under 40” Award.

“Iván has demonstrated his passion for excellence in his work with clients, our community, and equity and diversity in the legal profession. We are thrilled that the HNBA is recognizing him for his efforts,” said firm managing partner, Kieran Curley, “Since his arrival, he has continually allocated his time to include pro bono, volunteerism and pushing the legal profession forward. As a firm, we are proud to continue to support Iván and these values.”

The HNBA Awards Committee selected 36 highly qualified winners from across the country. The “Top Lawyers Under 40” Award honors accomplished lawyers who have demonstrated professional excellence, integrity, leadership, commitment to the Hispanic community, and dedication to improving the legal profession.

About Iván Resendiz Gutierrez
Iván Resendiz Gutierrez represents local and national clients, including higher education institutions, on a variety of complex civil matters, including appeals, corporate governance and shareholder disputes, and employment and labor disputes. Before joining Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP, Iván served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Lynn R. Nakamoto at the Oregon Supreme Court and the Oregon Court of Appeals. A proud “Double Duck,” Iván earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Oregon before receiving his law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law. Iván is highly engaged in several community and professional organizations, and is past president of the Oregon Hispanic Bar Association. He currently serves as a member of the Headwaters Council of The Freshwater Trust, member of the Board of Directors of Legal Aid Services of Oregon and the Oregon Law Center and an executive committee member of the Oregon State Bar Appellate Practice Section.

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