Gevurtz Menashe

PDX 503.227.1515
WA 360.823.0410

Brian W. Reverman

Brian W. Reverman

Brian became a lawyer for one reason: to help others find access to justice. For Brian, it is a privilege to help others through their most difficult chapters without fear of judgment.

Brian’s journey to becoming a lawyer began while he was a journalism student at the University of Oregon. A natural storyteller and persuasive public speaker, Brian knew instantly that he could not interview individuals about their most traumatic moments without playing a more integral role in the problem-solving process. With this discovery, Brian’s focus shifted to law. Brian began his legal career as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Suzanne Chanti in Lane County, Oregon where he frequently witnessed far too many individuals go without adequate legal representation in the family court setting. Understanding the ramifications this had on families, Brian is inspired to help individuals resolve their matters through zealous advocacy and creative problem-solving strategies. As a former prosecutor, Brian is most comfortable in a courtroom and thrives in the fast-paced environment that litigation brings. Favorable outcomes are achieved through preparation and teamwork, and Brian enjoys meeting with clients in order to craft successful strategies for their cases.

When not helping clients, you can find Brian playing piano and guitar, reading history, playing golf (terribly), and enjoying a good glass of Oregon pinot noir with his wife and two cats.


  • Portland State University, class of 2016, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Minor in Law and Legal Studies
  • Willamette University College of Law, Class of 2019
  •  Winner of the 2019 Bruce Spaulding Civil Trial Competition


  • Washington County Bar Association, member
  • Multnomah County Bar Association, member




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