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Local Oregon Lawyer Team - Salem, OR

The attorneys at Litowich Law, led by founder Sarah Litowich, love Oregon and strive to be positive and contributing members of their community. Based in Salem, we are a local Oregon lawyer team: Oregonians through and through! We love being active members in our neighborhoods, schools, and organizations, giving back to the Oregon we love so much. A true Oregon lawyer gives back, and that's what we strive to do.

Below, find some of the organizations our Oregon lawyers support through participation, volunteering, and donations:

Teen Court

Court Care

Various Oregon charitable organizations

The Oregon lawyer team at Litowich law also cultivate relationships with other lawyers and professionals in the Oregon community through involvement in the following organizations:

Marion County Bar Association

Sarah is on the board of directors and helps to plan multiple events for the local bar throughout the year. Zachary is also an active member.

Linn/Benton County Bar Association

Zachary is an active member

Willamette Valley Inns of Court

Sarah is an active member

Willamette School of Law Moot Court

Sarah has been a volunteer judge for the law student Moot Court competitions.

Oregon State Bar House of Delegates

Sarah is a voting member

Oregon State Bar Family Law Section

Both Sarah and Zachary are active members

Willamette Law Mentoring Program

Zachary is a mentor

Oregon State Bar Modest Means Legal Services

Zachary accepts select modest means cases

If you would like to see our Oregon attorneys involved in helping your organization, reach out and let us know!

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Salem family law attorney Sarah M. Litowich is an Oregonian through and through, with roots in rural eastern Oregon and the Willamette Valley. She is grateful for these deep Oregon roots because she learned the value of hard work and building and mai… Read More

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