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I represent unions in labor law matters.  I also represent individuals in all types of employment-related matters, from drafting employment contracts to litigation.  In addition to my employment practice, I represent professionals (and in particular medical professionals) before licensing boards and commissions in both Oregon and Washington. 


I am a deeply committed advocate for my clients and enjoy assisting them with their legal matters, whether it be through contract drafting, negotiation, or litigation.  I am also committed to serving my community and serve and have served on a variety of bar-related and legal organizations and as a volunteer in my community. 



Practice areas


  1. Employment: 75%
  2. Ethics: 10%
  3. Licensing: 10%
  4. Civil Rights: 5%


Payment types:

Cash, Check

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    I endorse this lawyer. Ms. Oldham is a talented, effective lawyer who successfully handles a variety of complex matters. She is smart, dedicated, and compassionate.


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Contact info

Tedesco Law Group

3021 NE Broadway
Portland, OR, 97232


We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
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Award nameGrantorDate granted
Phi Beta Kappa MemberPhi Beta Kappa Honors Society1996
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PartnerTedesco Law Group2013 - Present
ShareholderOldham Law Office2008 - Present
Associate AttorneyLaw Offices of Judy Snyder2002 - 2008
Association namePosition nameDuration
Owen M. Panner American Inn of CourtBarrister2009 - Present
Civil Rights Section NewsletterEditorial Board Member2008 - Present
Expression of Milk in the Workplace Advisory Committee for the Bureau of Labor and Industries of OregonAdvisory Committee Member (Appointed)2008 - Present
Publications Committee - Oregon Trial Lawyers AssociationMember2010 - 2012
Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, Employment Law SectionCo-chair2010 - 2013
National Employment Lawyers AssociationMember2010 - 2013
Leadership College, Oregon State Bar AssociationFellow2009 - 2010
Executive Committee for the Civil Rights Section of the Oregon State BarPast Chair (2009); Chair (2008); Chair-Elect (2007)2003 - 2012
Oregon Law ReviewArticles Editor2001 - 2002
Publication nameTitleDate
Trial Lawyer (OTLA)Getting Information Up Front: The Key to Litigation Letters2011
Oregon Civil Rights NewsletterTwo Recent Cases Confirm Supreme Court's Commitment to Protecting Employees from Retaliation2008
Section 1983 Cases, published by the Oregon State BarOverview of Issues in Institutional Suicide, Wrongful Death, and Sexual Abuse/Assault Injury Cases2005
Oregon Law ReviewThe Implications of Echazabal v. Chevron U.S.A., Inc. for Employers and for the Administration of Workers' Compensation and the Occupational Safety and Health Act2001
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Oregon School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2002
University of OregonHistoryBA - Bachelor of Arts, cum laude1996
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Oregon State Fire Fighters Council Annual Conference"Discipline and Revocation: Working with the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) and Oregon Health Authority (OHA)"2016
Oregon LERA’s Public and Private Employment Relations ConferencePanel presentation, "Leading PECBA cases of 2014-2015"2015
CLE Presentation for the Oregon State Bar“Job Applicant Screening: A State and Federal Overview of Laws & Enforcement”2015
Annual Labor & Employment Section of the Oregon State BarPanel presentation, “The Intersection of the ADA/FMLA/Workers Compensation”2015
OPEIU Local 11 Stewards Training"Harassment and Bullying in the Workplace"2014
OTLA Discovery CLEInterrogatories2013
Gender Studies SymposiumGender Stereotypes and Employment Discrimination2006