October 2020- News and Updates

The court is holding many hearings remotely at this time due to COVID. If you are a client, you will receive specific instructions regarding whether your hearing is remote or in person, and how to access the appropriate link if your hearing is virtual. Almost all juvenile hearings, including trials, are held remotely. If you are to appear remotely, the court prefers you appear by video. The court uses an application called Webex, and you can download it for free. Here is a link: www.webex.com

We are proud to announce the addition of associate lawyer Bianca Pacheco Mayberry to the firm. Bianca is a graduate of Willamette University School of Law, and clerked for Hon. Jay McAlpin in Lane County, where she gained experience and insight on juvenile matters. She joined us in August of 2020, in the midst of a pandemic that made training and attending court a challenge. She was unfazed and is emerging as a strong advocate for our clients. We are so thrilled to have her with us.

Schaleger Philpott is proud to support the Clackamas Service Center. This worthy organization helps our local community members who need assistance with food, shelter, and support. If you are interested in learning more, please check out their website. www.cscoregon.org

All members of Schaleger Philpott and proud to belong to the Clackamas County Bar Association. Click here for important updates involving the courthouse and the local legal community. www.clackamas-bar.org/news/