Dean F. Bryson Judge
Dean F. Bryson (1910 – 1995) was an American attorney in the state of Oregon, United States. He was the 77th Associate Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court. Previously he was a circuit court judge for Multnomah County, Oregon, a legislator in the Oregon House of Representatives, served in the Oregon Senate, and was president of the state bar association. Bryson was born in Portland, Oregon, in September 1910. He earned his law degree in 1934 from Northwestern College of Law in Portland and was admitted to the bar the same year. He was later a member of the State Marine Board and National Labor Relations Board. In 1959, Bryson began serving on the Oregon State Bar Association’s Board of Governors, continuing through 1961. That year, he was also the organization’s president. Bryson was elected to the Oregon House of Representatives as a Republican and served from 1943 to 1945. From 1953 to 1955 he served in the Oregon State Senate. In 1961, Governor Mark Hatfield appointed him to the Multnomah County Circuit Court. There he served for nine years and was elected as the presiding judge of the court in 1968.
|Date of death|
|April 15th, 1995 at age of #<ArgumentError: invalid date>|
|Place of death|
|Salem, Oregon, United States of America|
1. Lewis & Clark Law School Colleges/University
Lewis and Clark Law School (L&C) is a private American law school located in Portland, Oregon. In the last ten years, L&C's Environmental Law program has been the highest-rated in the United States nine times.
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