Alan Nieczyporuk is a valued member of Pacific Cascade Legal, and is an integral part of our firm’s mission to provide dedicated representation to English and Spanish speaking clients throughout our community. Born in Argentina, Alan’s path in life has taken him to many different areas of the world, and have provided him with experiences and skills that have fueled his passion for civil litigation, employment law, and family law advocacy. After moving to the United States from South America, Alan spent many of his formative years in New Jersey, moved to North Carolina where he obtained a B.A. in Political Science at Wake Forest University, and eventually made his way to Oregon for law school at Lewis and Clark.
During his time in law school, Alan was the recipient of the American Constitution Society scholarship and participated in multiple organizations, such as Environmental Law Review, Employment Law Society, American Constitution Society, OUTlaw, and the Student Bar Association.
Alan was fueled to pursue law because of his passion for people—specifically, protecting the rights of the people around him, and providing answers for those fighting for positive outcomes in some of the most important areas of their lives. With an extensive background in a variety of different types of law, from employment litigation to business law and white-collar crime defense, Alan has the unique ability of applying his multifaceted legal career to the complexities of family and employment law cases. Alan believes that every individual possesses the ability to change the world around them, and that the smallest of actions can create a ripple effect towards reformation and growth. An admirer of Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Alan is fueled by her saying: “Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time.”
An aficionado of a variety of outdoor activities, you may find Alan hiking, camping, or running in the diverse Oregon terrain. With such close proximity to the mountains, the coast, and some of the best restaurants in the nation, Alan does his best to seize the day and take advantage of the unique cultural and topographical elements of the great Pacific Northwest.
- Wake Forest University, B.A., Political Science, focus on International Affairs
- Lewis & Clark Law School, J.D.
- American Bar Association
- Multnomah Bar Association
- Oregon State Bar
- Oregon Trial Lawyers Association