Robin Wilson, Legal Assistant
Robin Wilson graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, double majoring in Nutrition and Food Science, and worked in the food industry until she decided to pursue a career in the legal field. Since receiving her ABA Paralegal Certificate at California State University, Hayward she has worked for 11+ years supporting attorneys in the legal areas of Estate Planning, Probate, Juvenile, Administrative & Family Law, Personal Injury and Insurance and Criminal Defense. She has worked for MJM Law Office, P.C. since January 2011 and is also a Commissioned Notary Public.
Karen McCowan, Private Investigator
Karen McCowan is a state-licensed private investigator based in Eugene. She started Karen McCowan Investigations after retiring as newspaper journalist in 2012. She has 25+ years of experience finding elusive people, conducting interviews, locating court documents and writing clear and accurate reports.
Kenn Meneely, Forensic Scientist
Mr. Meneely has been a forensic scientist for over 33 years; He has received recognition in the areas of forensic toxicology research and training from the Oregon State Police Drug Recognition Evaluation program (DRE) and the Oregon State Bar Association. Mr. Meneely was also an ASCLD/ISO laboratory inspector and technical leader representing the Oregon State Police’s Forensic Toxicology discipline. As an instructor for the DRE/DUII program, he also published research work in the area of DRE/DUII enforcement. He was a clinical laboratory director of an alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility for 8 years and a research chemist for the military for 3 years. As a sworn Oregon State Police Officer, Mr. Meneely retired as a forensic supervisor from the Oregon State Police Forensic Division after 28 years. In addition to his post graduate studies in pharmacology and biochemistry, he has been court qualified in Oregon as well as in other States as an expert witness in the following areas: crime scene reconstruction, blood spatter analysis, trace evidence, serology, firearms, toxicology, effects of drugs and medication, drug chemistry, clandestine laboratories, blood alcohol, breath alcohol, and effects of alcohol. With over a dozen published articles, Mr. Meneely has presented numerous lectures to the Oregon State Bar Association, judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys and law enforcement in the areas of forensic toxicology and crime scene reconstruction.