Bradley F. Tellam

Bradley F. Tellam

Partner, Firm Counsel and Chief Operating Officer
Portland, OR
Overview

About Brad

Brad serves as Firm Counsel and Chief Operating Officer of Stoel Rives.  As COO, Brad oversees the day-to-day operations and business management of the firm. As Firm Counsel, Brad is responsible for  firm-wide legal and regulatory matters.

A firm partner, Brad practiced as an employment and education attorney and also advised clients on legal ethics and professional responsibility matters.  He is considered among the preeminent legal ethics advisers in Oregon and frequently writes and speaks on ethics issues.

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Honors

Honors & Activities

  • Included in The Best Lawyers in America© (currently: Employment Law-Management, Ethics and Professional Responsibility Law), 2009-2019
  • Listed in Oregon Super Lawyers® (Employment Litigation: Defense, Professional Liability: Defense, Schools & Education), 2006-2018
  • Board member, Oregon Law Institute, 1992-2000, 2002-2011
  • Member, Multnomah Bar Association; Professionalism Committee Chair, 2007-2008
  • Oregon State Bar, President’s Membership Service Award, 2007
  • American Bar Association, Death Penalty Representation Project, 1999-2002; Center for Professional Responsibility; Labor and Employment Section; Litigation Section
  • Oregon Disciplinary Rules and Procedures Committee, 1996-2000
  • Oregon State Bar, Legal Ethics Committee, 1992-1995; Labor and Employment Section; Litigation Section
  • Member, National Association of College and University Attorneys
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Insights & Presentations

Insights & Presentations

  • “The Oregon Rules of Professional Responsibility Annotated” (coauthor), 6th ed. 2010
  • “Negotiation Ethics for In-House Lawyers,” C.P.S., BNA, 2007
  • “The Ethical Oregon Lawyer” (co-editor and coauthor), 2006
  • “Changing Times, Changing Rules,” American Bar Journal, 1997
  • “Competence and Confidentiality in the Context of Cellular Telephone, Cordless Telephone, and E-mail Communications” (coauthor), Willamette Law Review, 1997
  • “When Waiver Should Not Be Good Enough: An Analysis of Current Client Conflicts Law” (coauthor), Willamette Law Review, 1997
  • “A Negotiation Ethics Primer” (coauthor), Gonzaga Law Review, 1996
  • “The Dishonesty Rule: A Rule with a Future” (coauthor), Oregon Law Review, 1995



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