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Pamela A Harrison

Pamela Harrison Lawyer

Pamela A Harrison
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Employment, Personal Injury, Family Law

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  • Licensed: 34 years

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Oregon 1982

OR State Lawyer Additional Information: Disciplinary History: Resigned - Disciplinary Date of Offense: 07/29/2010 Source: Form B Resignation

Service Type:General

Update Date:2015-06-19


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1158 High St
Ste 202
Eugene, OR 97401

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