Krista DeLisle - Associate Attorney
Krista is a recent graduate from Lewis & Clark Law School. She joins the firm having worked extensively both on family law cases and with labor unions throughout law school. Krista maintains a particular passion for cases involving children and has researched and written extensively about parenting time, custody, and child support issues.
Krista brings to her work a passion for the individual clients and is a consistently passionate advocate for individual people in employment, family law, or traumatic injury cases.
Research and Publications
Committees and Professional Memberships
Abandoning the Best Interest Standard in Custody Determinations - Analyzing disproportionate negative impacts of the best interest standard on racial and gendered minorities.
The Effect of Neighborhood Segregation on Asthma Rates in Minority Children - Analyzing indoor and outdoor pollutants and impacts on individuals from various levels of socio-economic status. ti
Oregon State Bar
Multnomah Bar Association
Oregon Trial Lawyers Association
Oregon State Bar - Family Law Section
Portland State University
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, December 2009
Magna Cum Laude
Lewis & Clark Law School
Juris Doctor, May 2014
When not in the office, Krista can frequently be found trying new restaurants and bars. Like C.J., she has a passion for reading and always looks forward to the weekends where she has a moment to herself to curl up with a book. Krista also has a surprising array of skills including working as a bartender throughout college and law school.