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Bonnie Richardson

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Professional Liability Attorney in Portland, OR

Richardson Wang LLP
805 SW Broadway, Suite 470
Portland, OR 97205
Phone: 503-227-2022
Fax: 503-517-8204
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2012 - 2022
Licensed in Oregon Since: 1998
Practice Areas: Professional Liability: Plaintiff, Estate & Trust Litigation, Business Litigation
Attorney Profile

Bonnie has been practicing law since 1997 as a trial lawyer. She represents clients on a multitude of cases including legal and professional malpractice, trust and estate litigation, complex commercial litigation and insurance coverage disputes.

Bonnie currently serves on the board of directors for the Oregon Asian Pacific American Bar Association and has been an international representative for AFS Intercultural Programs - a nonprofit organization for cultural exchange. Bonnie is a national speaker on attorney legal malpractice and ethics, and she frequently presents at Continuing Legal Education seminars for attorneys for the Oregon State Bar, Multnomah Bar Association, the National Business Institute and many other organizations.

Bonnie received the Portland Business Journal’s 2020 Women of Influence Award. In 2016, The Multnomah Bar Association selected Bonnie as the recipient of its highest honor — the Professionalism Award. Bonnie has been selected for years as one of Oregon’s Super Lawyers®, where she is listed in the top 25 women lawyers and top 50 lawyers in Oregon. In 2011, Bonnie received the Portland Business Journal award recognition for Forty Under 40. In 2009, Bonnie received the prestigious Multnomah Bar Association Pro Bono Award of Merit, recognizing her for exceptional legal services. Her commitment to justice was also acknowledged by the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association which featured Bonnie in the article "Making a Difference: Justice for Those in Need.”

Office Location for Bonnie Richardson

805 SW Broadway
Suite 470
Portland, OR 97205

Last Updated: 5/15/2022

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