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Mark Johnson Roberts

Of Counsel Oregon

Mark has spent his career fighting for marriage equality in Oregon. As an attorney and popular community activist, he has been at the forefront of the equality struggle for over 25 years. With his unique practice in family law, Mark helps clients understand the rapidly-changing area of same-sex marriage issues in Oregon and Washington. Whether you’re a couple embarking on marriage after years in a domestic partnership, or you’ve decided to adopt a child, have a baby, or draft a will, Mark provides excellent counsel through all of life’s major transitions. Caring and analytical, he genuinely enjoys helping people improve their lives—and to fight for what they believe in. Among many other accomplishments, he is a former president of the Oregon State Bar as well as the Oregon Gay and Lesbian Law Association. He recently returned to Gevurtz Menashe after many years in sole and small-firm practice, followed by time earning a Master of Laws degree in International Law from Willamette University.

When he's not practicing law, Mark enjoys spending time with his family and going to the theater. He loves traveling overseas and then coming home to Portland.

Mark Johnson Roberts

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Mark Johnson Roberts

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Portland: (503) 227-1515
SW Washington: (360) 823-0410

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