Michael R. Fuller
20% of Fuller’s cases are pro bono, meaning his services are completely free of charge.
Michael Fuller is a partner at OlsenDaines. He’s also an adjunct professor of consumer law at Lewis & Clark Law School. To learn more about Michael Fuller, visit his website www.underdoglawyer.com.
About 20% of Fuller’s cases are pro bono, meaning his services are completely free of charge. To follow Michael Fuller on Twitter, visit www.Twitter.com/UnderdogLawBlog.
As chair of the OlsenDaines consumer protection group, Fuller represents the little guy against unfair corporate practices. To learn more about Michael Fuller’s free Oregon Student Debt project, visit www.OregonStudentDebt.com.
When an out-of-state collections agency sued a Hillsboro resident over a debt he didn't owe, Michael Fuller took the case. Read about how he got the case dismissed and forced the debt collection agency to pay $19,000: KGW: An Oregon Man Was Sued Over Debt He Didn't Owe.
Michael Fuller was recently named one of the Portland Business Journal's "40 Under 40." Read an excerpt from Fuller's interview below:
What are your best leadership qualities?
As a young worker, I was motivated by managers who spoke plainly and acted with integrity. Now, as a managing attorney, I try to embody these same leadership qualities.
What is your proudest accomplishment outside your career?
During the pandemic, I was able to sponsor the construction of a new boxing gym for at-risk youth in Southeast Portland.
Subscribe to the journal to read more here: Portland Business Journal: 40 Under 40