Previously a partner with the law firm of Facaros and Dugan, Marianne Dugan has gone solo as of May 2005.
She has moved her offices to downtown Eugene, to the historic Granary Building, across from Fifth Street Public Market.
Ms. Dugan graduated from the University of Oregon Law School in 1993, fifth in her class, with certificates in Environmental Law and Ocean and Coastal Law. She also holds a master's degree in environmental studies.
From 1993 to 1999 she worked for the Western Environmental Law Center as its first staff attorney
and then as associate director. Ms. Dugan serves on the boards of the Civil Liberties Defense Center; Friends of Land-Air-Water; Portia Project, and the Western Land Exchange Project; as well as the Sierra Club's national litigation committee. She also is the Eugene Chapter contact for the National Lawyers Guild and serves on the education and publications committees of the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association.
Ms. Dugan is licensed to practice law in all Oregon courts, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court and several other federal courts. While we will evaluate some federal cases outside of Oregon, we do not handle state law matters anywhere but Oregon and cannot give advice regarding the law of other states.