Bronson James is a Portland native who received his bachelors degree
from Reed College, and his J.D. cum laude from Lewis and Clark Law
School. From 2005-2010 he served as Chief Deputy Defender for the Oregon
Office of Public Defense Services Appellate Division.
He has represented hundreds of persons before the Oregon Court of Appeals or the Oregon Supreme Court. He is a leading practitioner in the area of parole and probation law, and has served on the Governor's Advisory Group to the Oregon Board of Parole, as well as testified numerous times on parole legislation before the Oregon House and Senate.
He currently serves on the Oregon Disciplinary Board, and is a past member of the Oregon Criminal Jury Instruction Committee, and past editor of the Journal of Computer and Internet Litigation published by the American Bar Association. He is a frequent speaker on criminal appellate matters.