Attorney Biography



Sue-Del McCulloch's practice focuses on providing experienced representation in employment matters for both employers and employees in Oregon and Washington. Ms. McCulloch also practices in the field of eminent domain law, in which she has represented both property owners and condemners.


Experience

  • Law Offices of Sue-Del McCulloch, LLC, established January 2005
  • Dolan Griggs & McCulloch LLP, The Employment Law Group, 2001-2004, Founding Partner
  • Ramis Crew Corrigan and Bachrach, LLC, Litigation Section -- Employment Group, Associate, 1999-2001
  • Law Clerk to the Honorable Judge James A. Redden, United States District Judge, District of Oregon, 1996-1999

Education
  • Lewis & Clark College, Northwestern School of Law, Portland, Oregon, J.D. 1994
  • Legal study abroad:
    • The International Institute of Human Rights, Strasbourg, France, 1993
    • The Institute Henri Dunant, Geneva, Switzerland, Public International law, 1993
    • Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, Constitutional law, 1994
  • Mills College, Oakland, California, B.A. 1987

Professional Memberships
  • Oregon State Bar, since 1995
  • Washington State Bar, since 2002
  • Admitted to practice in the United States District Court, District of Oregon, 1999
  • Memberships:
    • Oregon Trial Lawyers Association
    • Washington State Trial Lawyers Association
    • Oregon Women Lawyers (OWLs)
    • Oregon State Bar, Employment Section
    • Oregon State Bar, Eminent Domain and Litigation Section
    • Washington State Bar Employment Section

Presentations and Publications
  • Instructor, Oregon Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers, The Appraiser as Expert Witness, May 2008
  • Instructor, Oregon Workers' Compensation Attorneys Continuing Legal Education, The Incentive to Discriminate Against Injured Workers, 2007
  • Instructor, American Immigration Lawyers Continuing Legal Education, Intersection Between Employment Law and Immigration, 2006
  • Instructor, Oregon State Bar Continuing Legal Education, Employee Rights/Litigation, 2004
  • Contributor, OWLS quarterly newsletter:The Advance Sheet

Community and Civic Activities
  • Member of the Advisory Committee for the Campaign for Equal Justice
  • Paddler on the OWLs Dragonboat team
  • Sings with the Portland Symphonic Choir