Robert L. Wilson


Robert has worked as Of Counsel since nearly the beginning of Stevens & Legal. He works on a variety of cases from employment law to personal injuries to wrongful death cases and more, tackling depositions and arbitration hearings as well as law and motion. Robert also handles the firms estate planning for smaller estates needing simple wills and trusts, along with powers of attorney.

A prior employee of a large insurance company, he learned how to litigate cases in Oregon, including construction defects to less complex auto accidents, and many things in-between. He has also handled medical malpractice cases and run of the mill breach of contract. He also was a Program Attorney at one of the nation’s leading providers of class action legal services where he oversaw the administration of settlements ranging from $7 million to $25 million.

He is an avid fisherman and also enjoys clamming on the Oregon Coast. His other interests outside of the office include complex board games, and of course his family.


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  • State of Oregon (2009)

  • U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon (2018)


Practice Areas:



  • Gonzaga University Moot Court Honors Council member


  • Oregon State Bar - New Lawyers Division

  • American Bar Association (past)

Stevens & Legal, LLC
1915 NE Stucki Avenue
Suite 308
Hillsboro, Oregon 97006
(971) 533-6178
(971) 228-2608 (fax)
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