Miller Nash attorney Iván Resendiz Gutierrez was recently elected to serve as vice-chair of the Board of Directors of Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO) and as a member-at-large of the Executive Committee of Oregon Law Center’s (OLC) Board of Directors. Resendiz Gutierrez has served as a board member of both these nonprofit organizations since September 2018.
LASO is a statewide nonprofit organization that provides access to legal help for people to protect their livelihoods, their health and their families. LASO’s mission is to achieve justice for the low-income communities of Oregon by providing a full range of the highest quality civil legal services.
OLC is a nonprofit organization operating in Coos Bay, Grants Pass, Hillsboro, Lane County, McMinnville, Portland, Ontario, Salem, St. Helens and Woodburn that provides free legal help to people struggling to make ends meet on matters related to their homes, livelihoods, medical care and physical safety against domestic violence. Like LASO, OLC’s mission is to achieve justice for the low-income communities of Oregon by providing a full range of the highest quality civil legal services.
About Iván Resendiz Gutierrez
Resendiz Gutierrez is a litigation and appellate attorney on the firm’s appellate, education and employment and labor relations practice teams. He is known for handling complex cases and situations, providing practical advice and finding creative solutions for clients from such diverse industries as education, energy and manufacturing. Before joining Miller Nash, Resendiz Gutierrez served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Lynn R. Nakamoto at the Oregon Supreme Court and the Oregon Court of Appeals. He is active in the Oregon legal community, currently serving as co-chair of the Oregon Minority Lawyers Association and co-chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the Federal Bar Association Oregon Chapter. Resendiz Gutierrez is also a past president of the Oregon Hispanic Bar Association. A proud “Double Duck,” Resendiz Gutierrez received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon before earning his law degree at the University of Oregon School of Law.