Skip to main content
J. Aaron Landau

J. Aaron Landau

Practice areas:

Appeals, Litigation, Government

How would you rate this lawyer?

If you’re a current or former client, share your thoughts (anonymously, if you prefer). Would you recommend this lawyer to other clients?

Review J. Aaron Landau

Practice Areas

Licensed since 2009

  1. Appeals: 60%
  2. Government: 20%
  3. Litigation: 20%


Payment Types:

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Attorney Endorsements

1 total

  • Kevin Elliott Parks

    I know Aaron to be a smart, dedicated and hardworking attorney, and I endorse his work.


    Kevin Parks Employment & Labor Attorney
    Relationship: Friend

Contact Info

Harrang Long Gary Rudnick, PC

360 East 10th Avenue, Ste. 300
Eugene, OR, 97401-3273



Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo Contributions
Legal Answers
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Rising Star (Appellate Law, Business Litigation)Super Lawyers2014
Rising Star (Appellate Law)Super Lawyers2013

Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
AssociateHarrang Long Gary Rudnick, PC2009 - Present
Summer AssociateHarrang Long Gary Rudnick, PC2008 - 2008
Law ClerkOregon Department Of Justice2007 - 2007

Association NamePosition NameDuration
Oregon State Bar, Appellate Practice SectionExecutive Committee2013 - Present
Oregon Association of Defense CounselMember2010 - Present
Oregon State BarMember2009 - Present

Legal Cases
Case NameOutcome
Lafferty v. Providence Health PlansAppeal: Reversed in Client's Favor
Hawley v. Employment Dept. of OregonAppeal: Affirmed in Client's Favor
Mark Long v. John KrogerPrevailed at Trial

See all Legal Cases 

Publication NameTitleDate
Oregon State Bar Constitutional Law NewsletterState v. Hemenway: What Should the Court Do With a Decision it Shouldn't Have Been Able to Make?2013
Oregon Civil Pleading & PracticeGovernmental Units & Officers (2011 rev.)2011
University of Oregon School of LawOregon Practice & Procedure (Co-Author)2010
Oregon Law ReviewPunitives, Damaged: The Troubling Due Process Implications of Philip Morris v. Williams, and a Sounder Approach to Litigating Third-Party Harm2009

School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Oregon School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2009
Lewis and Clark CollegePolitical ScienceBA - Bachelor of Arts2003

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
Hot Topics in Government LawUnderstanding and Litigating Public Meetings Issues2011