Christopher Lundberg joined the firm in 1999 and is a talented civil litigator and legal advisor to tribes, public entities, businesses and individuals. He is part of a gifted team of lawyers, and, in the context of litigation, he values playing chess over checkers. Chris prides himself on helping his clients use the litigation process to effectively tell their story and win. He has successfully tried numerous cases to verdict in federal, state and tribal courts, and negotiated many high-value settlements for multiple clients. Before starting at the firm, Mr. Lundberg served for two years as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Paul J. De Muniz of the Oregon Court of Appeals, for one year as a staff attorney for the Oregon Supreme Court on a Racial Equity Project for Oregon’s judicial system, and for eighteen months as a staff attorney for the Southern Oregon Public Defenders' Office.
During his career, Mr. Lundberg has appreciated the many battles and wins, but more so the longstanding friendships that he has been fortunate to develop with clients, many of whom he has continued to represent for years and on new matters. He also believes that we all have a role in bettering our community and he is proud that he has been able to devote his volunteer time on creating a more equitable community, initially focusing on the elimination of racial bias as a founding member and board chair for an organization called Uniting to Understand Racism. More recently, he has worked on the difficult problem of homelessness, serving as board member and two-term board chair of a non-project organization called Transition Projects. When he is not working, Mr. Lundberg enjoys spending time with his amazing spouse and kids, swimming whenever he can, enjoying Oregon’s wilderness and traveling.
- State Courts of Oregon
- U.S. District Court of Oregon
- U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
- U.S. Supreme Court
- Siletz Tribal Court
- Metlakatla Indian Community’s Magistrate Court
- J.D, Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College
- B.A., Economics, Southern Methodist University