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Seth Row Elected to Multnomah Bar Association Board of Directors



Seth Row was recently elected to serve a three-year term on the board of directors of the Multnomah Bar Association (MBA). The MBA board of directors is the policy-making and sole governing body of the organization and consists of 14 directors and the immediate past president.

For over 100 years, the MBA has provided a forum for lawyers to gather together for collegiality, to improve the justice system, to provide law-related community service and to access services and benefits that strengthen professionalism, satisfaction and success. The MBA has approximately 4,000 members—primarily lawyers from the Portland metropolitan area including judges from the local, state and federal courts.

Row previously served on the MBA’s CLE Committee (including chairing the committee), and is currently on the Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Committee, focusing primarily on the new MBA Fellows program.

About Seth Row
Row is an experienced insurance and business problem-solver and litigator, representing commercial policyholders, including banks, manufacturers, developers and public entities, in litigation and negotiation of insurance disputes in Oregon, Washington and nationwide. He co-chairs the firm’s Insurance Recovery practice group. Row has been recognized by Oregon Super Lawyers magazine, and he is ascending in the leadership ranks of the American Bar Association Section of Litigation, currently serving as co-chair of both the Content Management Committee and the Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee’s Social Media arm. Row earned his bachelor’s degree at Yale University before receiving his law degree with distinction (cum laude) from Georgetown University Law Center. Row is the founder and editor of The Northwest Policyholder (, a legal blog that focuses on insurance coverage issues in the Pacific Northwest.

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