Jessie Schuh


Jessie Schuh serves clients ranging from individuals and closely held businesses to national financial institutions. Jessie has experience litigating in state and federal court, drafting and arguing motions, assisting in all stages of discovery, and seeing cases through trial.

In law school, Jessie gained a unique inside perspective on the workings of federal court when she served as an extern for the Honorable Magistrate Judge John V. Acosta at the United States District Court in Portland. In that role, she researched and drafted opinions on matters involving varied legal issues and observed a wide range of civil proceedings.

Jessie also worked at Schwabe as a Summer Associate in 2015, where she took to heart Schwabe’s unique service philosophy and commitment to excellence.

Memberships & Awards


  • Lewis & Clark Law School, Cornelius Honor Society, Member (2016)


  • Oregon State Bar, Oregon New Lawyer Division (ONLD) Public Service Award (2022)
  • Multnomah Bar Association, Michael E. Haglund Young Lawyer Pro Bono Award (2022)
  • Best Lawyers in America Award: Ones to Watch, Environmental Litigation, Environmental Law, and Alternative Dispute Resolution (2021-2023)
  • Oregon Rising Stars List, Environmental Litigation (2021-2022)
  • Lewis & Clark Law School, Pro Bono Public Service Award (2015, 2016)

Resources & Ideas

“Curbing Judicial Discretion in Pretrial Conferences,” Lewis & Clark Law Review (2016).

Community Activities

Community Activities

  • Chair of the Membership Committee for the Young Lawyers Section of the Multnomah Bar Association. (2019‎–‎present)
  • Previously on the board of Women in Environment (WIE), (Board member 2017-2018; currently serving as a member)
  • Associate Integration Committee at Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, P.C. (2018–present )
  • Co-chair of the Associates Committee for the Campaign for Equal Justice. (2018‎–‎present)
  • Women’s Initiative Leadership Committee at Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, P.C. (2017‎–‎present )
  • Alumni Mentorship Program for Lewis and Clark law students. (2017‎–‎present)
  • Notes and Comments Editor, Lewis & Clark Law Review (2015-2016)
  • Member, Lewis & Clark Law Review (2014-2015) 




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