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Shanelle Honda Elected to Board of Directors of the Oregon Minority Lawyers Association



Miller Nash attorney Shanelle Honda was recently elected to serve as secretary on the Oregon Minority Lawyers Association (OMLA) Board of Directors. OMLA is committed to developing a legal community in Oregon that provides a welcoming environment where people of all colors, races, and ethnic backgrounds can excel academically, professionally, and personally.

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About Shanelle Honda
Honda is a commercial litigator whose practice focuses on business litigation, including insurance coverage, contract disputes, and fiduciary liability, trade secret, and employment disputes. Before joining Miller Nash, Honda served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Jerome E. LaBarre of the Multnomah County Circuit Court, where she clerked in over 20 trials and numerous hearings. She is active in the Oregon legal community, currently serving on the Lawyers for Literacy Steering Committee for Start Making a Reader Today and as treasurer of the Owen Panner Inn of Courts. Honda received her bachelor’s degree from Portland State University before earning her law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School.

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