Beau is accomplished in business, probate, real estate, and litigation, representing clients in numerous forums and within many practice areas.
Beau started building his vast experience as a law clerk and then intern for several local firms by researching legal and land use issues, providing analysis, and drafting memorandums and motions for litigation, as well as prosecuting misdemeanor crimes for the Spokane County District Attorney’s Office.
Upon graduating, he brought his skills to Tyler Smith & Associates, P.C., representing clients in many different areas of law, including land use, real estate, estate planning, business, administrative law matters, intellectual property, contract disputes, landlord-tenant disputes, and guardianship proceedings.
Beau then moved to Day Law Group, P.C., where he represented clients in both adversarial and non-adversarial settings with great success, negotiated and drafted personal and corporate contracts, reviewed and prepared real estate instruments, evaluated legal and business matters for opportunity, and advised clients regarding the merits of different courses of actions. Beau litigated constitutional real estate, business disputes, unfair competition, probate, and trust cases while at Day Law Group, P.C.
Legislative Experience and Involvement:
Beau has worked with clients to seek legislative changes whenever appropriate or necessary.
VF Team Role:
Beau works out of the Portland office specializing in business and probate litigation.
- J.D., Gonzaga University School of Law
- B.S., Oregon State University
Beau was selected as an “Oregon Rising Star” by Super Lawyers Magazine in 2014.
- Oregon State Bar
- United States District Court, District of Oregon
- United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals