Circle Memberships are Classroom Law Project’s highest giving category. We value our corporate partners who make an investment in civic education. These commitments ensure that our programs grow and expand to serve teachers and students throughout Oregon. Interested in learning more about Circle membership? Contact Robert Hulshof-Schmidt, Director of Development and Communications at 503.224.4424 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donation of $10,000 or more
Includes: Title sponsorship at an event; table for 10 at the annual Legal Citizen Dinner; recognition on our letterhead, website, and other materials.
ABOTA Oregon Chapter
The American Board of Trial Advocates is a national association of experienced trial lawyers and judges dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the civil jury trial right provided by the Seventh Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. We believe that teachers are the key to preserving the health of our democracy, as they educate the next generation about the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.
Nike believes in the power of sport to unleash human potential and build community. We fuel this belief through Made to Play, our commitment to getting kids moving through play and sport so that they can lead healthier, happier and more successful lives. Together with community partners and our employees around the world, we’re designing innovative solutions to get more than 16 million kids playing, running and jumping their way to a brighter future. Find out more about Nike’s commitment to getting kids moving and providing opportunities for equal playing fields for all at community impact.
Donation of $5,000
Includes: Table for 10 at the annual Legal Citizen Dinner; recognition on our letterhead, website and other materials.
Columbia Bank’s people are the center of our community engagement programs. Our people understand the needs of their communities and are passionate about improving them. By supporting their efforts, we amplify what they can accomplish on their own and extend our impact exponentially. We draw attention to the issues that matter to our people and act as an accelerant for the positive change they wish to create.
Cosgrave Vergeer Kester LLP
Cosgrave Vergeer Kester LLP is a full-service law firm that has been an integral part of the Portland community since 1934. Through charitable donations, volunteer activities, and individual service, we work to help our communities thrive. In addition to the Classroom Law Project, organizations we support with volunteered time and donations include the Campaign for Equal Justice, Multnomah Bar Association – CourtCare, St. Andrew Legal Clinic, Oregon Women Lawyers, Oregon Food Bank, National MS Society, Providence Medical Foundation, Harrington Family Foundation, Dress For Success, Project Lemonade, and the PSU Foundation.
Lane Powell PC
At Lane Powell, our people are deeply engaged in the work we do, and that passion flows out as an active involvement in the greater community. With a history of more than 140 years in the Pacific Northwest, we have long been guided by a strong spirit of giving back. The result is a vigorous and consistent commitment to the health and progress of the people and places where we live and work. Community involvement is an essential part of our mission and culture. We actively support individual and firm-wide engagement. We seek out opportunities to get involved and promote a strong corporate and personal giving culture. Through pro bono, board memberships, volunteering, sponsorships and donations, we work to advance important civic and legal initiatives, early childhood education, immigration rights, homelessness advocacy, eldercare, the arts and more. Lane Powell continually reexamines and reinvigorates our community involvement efforts, as we seek to create an ever-more thoughtful and strategic approach that amplifies our community impact and service.
Markowitz Herbold PC
Markowitz Herbold is a litigation law firm that tries high-stakes business disputes for individuals, companies and state, local and regional governments, to juries, judges and arbitrators. The firm is based in Portland, Oregon, and our lawyers practice before state and federal trial courts in the Northwest and across the country. The firm has a strong reputation for giving back to the community. We are not only a leader in supporting legal organizations, but we also give back to area non-profits through in-kind donations, contributions and volunteer time.
Perkins Coie LLP
A leading international law firm, Perkins Coie utilizes its many resources to provide frontline support to the disadvantaged and underrepresented among us. Upholding the firmwide commitment pro bono and public service, our Portland office promotes, supports and facilitates volunteerism at dozens of nonprofits throughout Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Our employees are passionate about sharing our knowledge and resources with the communities in which we live and work.
Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt PC
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt attorneys are encouraged to take on pro bono work as a part of the firm culture. As a Pacific Northwest law firm, we seek to improve lives in our communities by using our skills to serve populations and nonprofits that do not have equal access to legal services. Our attorneys engage in pro bono work in everything from asylum and refugee cases to supporting small, performing arts nonprofits. We encourage a minimum amount of 50 pro bono hours per year.
We commit our dollars and our attorney time to pro bono legal services. In 1991, Schwabe became the founder, and provided the funding for a low income legal clinic which serves the Hispanic population in east Multnomah County, Oregon. We also support a low-income legal clinic in Seattle, The Legal Action Center. Every year since, attorneys from our firm have volunteered their time to help these low-income clients in our offices on a weekly basis. Today the program is coordinated in partnership with the Oregon Law Center, an independent nonprofit organization that provides staff assistance and Spanish translation services to our volunteer attorneys. Many of these cases deal with immigration as a large portion of our pro bono clients are undocumented. Our attorneys provide substantial legal assistance to help more than 100 pro bono clients per year get their homes back, address automobile obligations and collections issues, and solve problems relating to individual civil rights. We are proud to provide excellent legal services to this deserving client base.
Stoel Rives LLP
Stoel Rives is a leading U.S. corporate and litigation law firm. One of the largest national firms focused on energy, natural resources, climate change and the environment, Stoel Rives also serves the agribusiness, food and beverage and healthcare industries. With a headquarters in Portland, our attorneys represent Oregon’s most prominent companies and are also active community members in Portland and throughout Oregon. Among the Boards and Commissions on which we have served are the Campaign for Equal Justice; Legal Aid Services of Oregon; the ACLU of Oregon; the Oregon Economic and Community Development Commission; the Oregon Transportation Commission; 1000 Friends of Oregon; the Oregon Symphony; Oregon Ballet Theater; Portland Center Stage; the Portland Art Museum; and United Way of the Columbia-Willamette.
Tonkon Torp LLP
Tonkon Torp is one of the largest firms headquartered in Oregon, with over 80 lawyers dedicated to a sophisticated business practice. One of our firm’s core values is being a good steward — for our employees, our clients, and our community. We support a wide range of Pacific Northwest nonprofit organizations through sponsorships, donations of in-kind services, and volunteer participation by our attorneys and staff members.
Donation of $3,500
Includes: Table for 10 at Legal Citizen Dinner; recognition on our letterhead, website, and other materials.
Becker Captial Management
Becker Capital is proud to have fostered a philanthropic company culture; the Firm donates 1% of its gross revenue to worthwhile causes, has a formal employee matching program and gives time off to volunteer.
Buchalter Ater Wynne
Ater Wynne lawyers have a genuine commitment to the communities in which they live. We focus our most significant contributions and volunteer efforts on programs for children and education. The American Bar Association awarded Ater Wynne the first National Civic Literacy Award for our work with the Oregon Children’s Foundation in co-founding SMART, a multi-state children’s literacy program.
Buckley Law PC
Buckley Law P.C., located in Lake Oswego, provides a broad range of specialized services in business and commercial law, employment and labor law, real estate, civil litigation, intellectual property, family and elder law, and estate planning, probate, and trust administration. Heavily involved in the local community, the attorneys and staff at Buckley Law give back in partnership with these organizations: Classroom Law Project, FACT Oregon, Kruse Way Rotary Service Club, Lake Oswego Rotary Service Club, Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp, Breast Friends, Campaign for Equal Justice, Arts Council of Lake Oswego, and Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP is a multiservice law firm that has grown in size and capability throughout its 140-year history to serve the legal needs of its dynamic clients. Community involvement is a way of life at Miller Nash Graham & Dunn. Members of the firm run, walk, pole, pedal, paddle, hammer, and prepare food for numerous community causes. Additionally, we have a long tradition of encouraging pro bono work by all its attorneys, which includes not only litigation matters, but a variety of business matters for nonprofit organizations.
NW Natural grew up in the Pacific Northwest, and we believe in investing in the communities we serve. Through our philanthropy program, we work to empower organizations that address critical needs in our service area. Our giving focuses on supporting families and children at risk to make local communities better places to live, work and learn for everyone.
For more than 129 years, PGE has been delivering safe, reliable energy to Oregonians. With 2,900 employees across the state, PGE is committed to building a cleaner, more efficient energy future. Together with its customers, PGE has the No. 1 voluntary renewable energy program in the U.S.