Ryan Corbridge practices principally in the areas of personal injury and criminal defense. This allows him to provide intelligent, competent, and aggressive legal representation. Prior to founding Corbridge Law Offices P.C., attorney Ryan Corbridge worked as a clerk in Riverside California’s District Attorneys Office. Today, he uses his trial experience to vigorously represent his clients and achieve the best results possible.
Ryan is admitted to practice law in all the state courts in Oregon and the United District Court for the District of Oregon. Additionally, Mr. Corbridge is a member of the Oregon Trial Lawyer’s Association, Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the Owen M. Panner Inn of Court.
On a personal note, Ryan was born in the state of Oregon and raised in the city of Banks, OR. Ryan is married and the father of 3 children. Ryan enjoys spending time with his family as well as skiing, baseball, and BBQ.
Languages Spoken: Japanese, English
Licensed since 2007
Hourly ($210-350/hour), Contingent (33-40%), Fixed (Sometimes)
Cash, Check, Credit Card
|Principal Attorney||Corbridge Law Offices, P.C.||2007 - Present|
|Law Clerk||Riverside County District Attorneys Office||2005 - 2005|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Owen M. Panner American Inn of Court||Pupilage Group Leader||2014 - 2014|
|Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association||N/A||2007 - Present|
|Oregon State Bar||N/A||2007 - Present|
|Washington County Bar Association||N/A||2007 - Present|
|Multnomah County Bar Association||N/A||2007 - Present|
|Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, Motor Vehicles Section||N/A||N/A|
|Western State University, Fullerton||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2006|
|Owen M. Panner American Inn of Court - Myths and Maxims of Trial Practice||Myths and Maxims of Trial Practice||2013|
|Owen M. Panner American Inn of Court - Maintaining the Integrity of the Profession||Maintaining the Integrity of the Profession||2009|
|Gus J. Solomon American Inn of Court - Protecting Client Information and the threat of Meta Data||Protecting Client Information and the threat of Meta Data||2008|