Judge of the Court of Appeals
Jack L. Landau
Occupation: Judge, Oregon Court of Appeals
Occupational Background: Judge, Oregon Court of Appeals, 1993 to present; Deputy Attorney General of Oregon, 1991-1993; Assistant Attorney General and Attorney-in-Charge, Special Litigation Unit, Oregon Department of Justice, 1989-1991; Associate and partner, Lindsay, Hart, Neil & Weigler, 1983-1989; Law Clerk to the Honorable Robert C. Belloni, United States District Court, 1981-1983.
Educational Background: University of Virginia School of Law, LL.M, 2001; Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College, J.D., 1980; Lewis and Clark College, B.A., magna cum laude, 1975; Franklin High School, Portland, graduate with honors, 1971.
Prior Governmental Experience: Member and Vice Chair, Oregon Judicial Conference Executive Committee, 2003 to present; Member, United States District Court Historical Society Board of Directors, 2002 to present; Member, Oregon Law Institute Board of Directors, 1995-2005; Adjunct Professor of Law, Willamette University College of Law, 1993 to present; President, Oregon Appellate Court Judges Association, 2001-2002; Member, Oregon Supreme Court Task Force on Racial/Ethnic Issues in the Judicial System (Chair, Criminal Justice Committee), 1992-1994; Member, State-Federal Judicial Council, United States District Court, District of Oregon, 1991-1993.
Personal: Married to Diane Bridge; two sons, Aaron and Nathan.
(This information furnished by Committee to Re-Elect Judge Landau.)