UPDATED: The application period is now closed.
Governor Brown announced on September 22 that she is accepting applications to fill a vacancy to the Oregon Supreme Court created by the upcoming retirement of Justice Jack L. Landau. See announcement here . Applications are due Monday, October 9, at 5 pm.
Following the application deadline, the Oregon State Bar will conduct interviews of the candidates who apply for this position. If you have questions or comments about the Bar’s process, please contact Susan Grabe at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-452-8260, ext. 380.
Governor Brown is committed to a diverse and inclusive judiciary. The Oregon Asian Pacific American Bar Association (OAPABA), OGALLA, the LGBTQ Bar Association, the Oregon Chapter of the National Bar Association (OC-NBA), and the Oregon Hispanic Bar Association (OHBA) have created the Oregon Judicial Diversity Coalition (OJDC) to conduct interviews for applicants interested in receiving endorsements from those specialty bars. Applicants interested in participating in the OJDC’s interview process can find information and application materials here (http://oapaba.org/judicial-endorsements). All applications to OJDC are due no later than the deadline for the application forms to the Governor.