Max J. Mizejewski
Max Mizejewski (pronounced Majeski) received his undergraduate degree from the University of California at Berkeley. Max graduated with a Juris Doctor from Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College and went on to work in the public sector before entering private practice. As Manager of the Oregon Department of Transportation Environmental Unit, Max gained valuable experience negotiating, problem solving and working through confrontational issues with emotionally charged individuals. Max brings this experience to his private practice which focuses on DUII Cases & Criminal Defense.

Max will take the time to understand each client’s unique situation and specific needs, research the facts and the law and advise clients on all of their options.  Max will discuss whether certain evidence can be suppressed, the dynamics of negotiating an acceptable plea deal, and the potential risks and rewards of taking your case to a jury trial. Max represents clients in criminal prosecutions at the city, state and federal levels. Max's experience with the law and strategic mindset make him the right advocate to have on your side. Click badge below for client reviews



Professional Memberships
  • Chair of Lane County Bar Association Criminal Defense Committee
  • Committee member of Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
  • Member of the Oregon State Bar
  • Member of the Federal Bar

Education
  • J.D., Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR (1997) 
  • International Law Program, Udayana University, Bali, Indonesia (1995)
  • B.A., University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA (1993)

Clerkships
  • United States Department of the Interior, Solicitors Office
  • Energy Trust of Oregon, General Counsel

Public Sector Experience
  • Oregon Department of Transportation, Environmental Section
  • City of Portland, City Nature West

Publications

  • FERC's Abdication of Jurisdiction Over Hydroelectric Dams on Non-Navigable Rivers: A Potential Setback for Comprehensive Stream Management, in Vol. 27, No. 3, Environmental Law
  • Reduction of Biochemical Oxygen Demand in and Advanced Integrated Wastewater Pond System, UC Berkeley Environmental Sciences Journal

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