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Randi J. Ensley Made Associate at Bullard Law

May 7, 2015

PORTLAND, OR – Bullard Law, a management labor and employment  law firm in the Pacific Northwest, has added a new associate to its employment practice group; Randi J. Ensley.

Ensley started her law career at the Washington State Legislature and previously served as a Law Clerk with the firm since 2011.  She is a graduate, magna cum laude, of Washington State University (2011) and received her law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School in 2015. At Lewis & Clark Law School she received a certificate in business law and was the President of the Employment Law Society.  She has been admitted to practice in Oregon.  While working with the firm, she has gained experience in an array of different practice areas including employee benefits, employment discrimination, litigation, personnel policies and practices as well as wage and hour.

Firm Management Committee Member Mitch Cogen commented: “We are delighted with this development.  For years we have respected Randi’s energy and profoundly driven and hard-working nature.”​


About Bullard Law. Founded in 1977 in Portland, Oregon, Bullard Law is one of the premier management labor and employment law firms in the Pacific Northwest. The firm has served more than 4,000 clients throughout the United States in both the private and public sectors. The firm is also Oregon's exclusive member of the Worklaw ® Network – a nationwide network of independent law firms focused exclusively on representing management in labor and employment law matters – including primary areas of concentration in Public and Private Sector Labor Contract Administration and Collective Bargaining, proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board and the Oregon Employment Relations Board, Employment Litigation, Wage and Hour, Leave Laws and Disability Law, and Personnel Policies and Practices. Contact Coni Crone at 503-248-1134 or ccrone@bullardlaw.com for further information.

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