Robert E. Kellogg, P.C., an Oregon professional corporation, was established in 2011.
Robert E. Kellogg, Owner/Attorney
After growing up in Southeast Missouri, I attended Truman State University, where I had the pleasure of serving as an intern in the Missouri House of Representatives while earning my degree in history (pre-law). I then attended law school at Syracuse University College of Law, where I had worked as an extern at the United States Attorneys Office for the Northern District of New York and served on the University's Law Review. I graduated manga cum laude in May 2001.
In September 2001, I began my legal career as an associate attorney at Latham & Watkins in New York City. While at Latham, I represented creditors in the bankruptcies of WorldCom and Enron, and counseled clients on the legal aspects of capital and debt markets transactions, private equity investments and commercial real estate purchases. During that time, I also worked on a team of pro bono attorneys at Latham who were able to exonerate an individual incarcerated for nearly 20 years on death row in Texas. I moved to Oregon in 2005 and was licensed to practice law here in 2006.
I am a proud resident of the City of Tualatin, Oregon, and am deeply involved with civic affairs in my community and the South Metro Region, including serving as president of the Ibach Citizens Involvement Organization, a citizen advocacy organization representing the concerns and goals of approximately 1,500 homes in Southwest Tualatin. I am also a member of the Washington County Transportation Futures Study Advisory Committee, member of the City of Tualatin Budget Committee, chairman of the Tualatin Chamber of Commerce's Public Policy Committee, and member of the Budget Committee for the Washington County Consolidated Communications Agency (911 dispatch and law enforcement communications service).