Rich Oberdorfer fights for motorists in trouble with the law all across Oregon. He is a frequent lecturer on DUII, alcohol and drug pharmacology, and driving-related topics. He graduated cum laude from the Lewis & Clark Law School in 2001 after an undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon in 1996. Before and during law school he worked at Rieke & Savage PC, a firm specializing in Measure 11 and murder defense. He is licensed to practice before all Oregon courts, the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon and the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Rich is an active member of the Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (OCDLA). He was selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2017 in the field of DUI/DWI Defense. Oregon Super Lawyers recognized him as a Rising Star in DUII defense, 2008-2012, and currently recognizes him as a Top Rated DUI-DWI Attorney. He is rated a “10″ in Avvo.com’s professional listings.
His speaking engagements and writings include:
Speaker, Cross-Examination of the Lab Technician, OCDLA DUII Conference, 2016
Speaker, Jury Selection in DUII Cases, OCDLA Annual Conference, 2013
Speaker, Defending Traffic Cases, PSU Student Legal Services, 2013
Speaker, DUII Diversion, Oregon State Bar DUII Seminar, 2012
Coordinator, OCDLA DUII Conference, 2010
Speaker, Jury Selection in DUII Cases, Oregon State Bar DUII Seminar, 2009
Speaker, Litigating Prior Convictions, OCDLA DUII Conference, 2007
Editor, OCDLA Criminal Law Formbook: Release from Custody, 2006
Editor, OCDLA Criminal Law Formbook: Witnesses, 2006
Editor, OCDLA DUII Trial Notebook: Discovery, 2004 / 2014