Introducing attorney Justin Wirth! Justin’s areas of practice include estate planning, administration, and litigation, charitable planning, business, real estate, construction, and non-profit law. While Justin believes firmly that proper planning and proactive advice can prevent many problems, he also litigates in the when the need arises.
Before joining The Reynolds Law Firm, Justin served as an Honors Attorney and an Assistant Attorney General with the Oregon Department of Justice, working in the Natural Resources Division, primarily representing the Oregon Water Resources Department. He also worked in the Government Law practice group at the firm of Harrang, Long, Gary, Rudnick, representing local governments (mostly cities). Immediately before joining The Reynolds Law Firm, he practiced at another Corvallis firm for several years.
Before law school, Justin worked as a litigation paralegal at a large insurance defense firm in Los Angeles, California. He currently serves on the board of directors of the Benton Community Foundation, as well as on its Scholarship Committee. He is a past board member and past board president of the Heartland Humane Society, served on the board of the Zonta Service Club of Corvallis Foundation, and was previously a member of the board of Financial Stewardship Resources (now known as the Center for Non-profit Stewardship).
Justin received his law degree from the University of Oregon in 2000, where he also earned a certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources Law and the Pro Bono Certificate. He also holds a BA in Philosophy from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and a paralegal certificate from the University of West Los Angeles.
Justin has lived in Corvallis since 1999 and has practiced law here at our firm since 2006. He enjoys spending time with his family as well as woodworking, home improvement projects, mountain/gravel biking, skiing, hiking, and backpacking.