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1000 SW BroadwaySuite 2300Portland, OR 97205
Phones: 866-605-1906
Fax: 503-525-0650
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The office of BAKER LAW PC, is dedicated to providing professional, individualized, and effective representation to Oregon employees facing discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful discharge, wage claims or contract issues. Mr. Baker is a native Oregonian and attended the University of Oregon School of Law. After obtaining his law degree Mr. Baker clerked for two Circuit Court Judges and has been involved with employment law issues for over 15 years.

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Aaron W. Baker, Attorney at Law
Practice Areas
Employment Law for Employees 99%Other 1%
Baker, Aaron W. (Founding Shareholder)
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1000 SW BroadwaySuite 2300Portland, OR 97205
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