The Brague Law Firm
1205 NW 25th Avenue
Portland, OR 97210
The Brague Law Firm was founded by Kevin Brague. Kevin graduated from Arizona State University cum laude in 1998 and then went to law school and graduated from Pepperdine University School of Law in 2002 and began practicing in Oregon in 2005. After a few years working for firms in Portland, Kevin began his own firm representing individuals, students, and small businesses in resolving disputes through administrative processes, mediation, arbitration, or court.
The firm represents individuals who have been harmed by others - whether personally like in an automobile accident, or by an institution like abuse, or violation of civil rights.
Kevin is a trial attorney and has litigated cases against businesses and insurance companies, as well as colleges, universities, trade schools, and K-12 school districts on behalf of people that need legal representation. He advocates and represents the interests of persons who are injured, as well as those persons who require accommodations, IEPs, or other special needs related to their education.
The Brague Law Firm has obtained results on behalf of those hurt in auto accidents, business disputes, or by others who were hurt by others including schools, trade schools, colleges, and universities.
Harnisch v. College of Legal Arts, Inc., 243 Or.App. 16 (2011).
Deatherage v. Pernsteiner, 239 Or.App. 161 (2010).
Special Education Law Made Simple, NBI, June 2016.
Victory Academy Presentation on Trusts, Insurance, and Education 2015.
Special Education Law Made Simple, NBI, May 2014.
Ed+Med Conference, Bend, Oregon June 2012.
Brague, K., Rights in the Hallway: Schools and the law, Trial Lawyer. Spring 2015.
Brague, K., Making the Most of Your Child’s IEP: Seven Tips for Parents of Children With Special Needs, Metro Parent Magazine. September 2007.
Brague, K., Contractors Extricated from the Asbestos Mire, Oregon Association of Defense Counsel. Fall 2005.
Brague, K., Talking Points: As the Industry Grows, Prepare to Face Regulations Head On, Biodiesel Magazine. July 2005.
Brague, K., Relationship Disintegration: The Respective Rights of General and Sub-Contractors, Construction Executive. September 2004.
Brague, K. & Carno, A., Construction Debris and Hazardous Waste: How Trash can be an Environmental Liability, Construction Executive. Feb. 2004.
Haight, C. & Brague, K., The International Transfer of Business Personnel Into The United States, Southwestern Journal of Law and Trade in the Americas. Fall 1995.
Oregon State Bar;
Washington State Bar;
Oregon Trial Lawyers Association;
Multnomah County Bar Association;