John Spencer Stewart

Company: Stewart Sokol & Larkin, LLC

Title: Senior Partner

Location: Portland, OR

Portland, OR, September 29, 2015, John Stewart, Senior Partner of Stewart Sokol & Larkin, LLC, has been recognized by Elite American Lawyers for dedication, achievement and leadership in law.

Propelled by his strong interest in the legal profession, Mr. Stewart is a co-founder and senior partner of Stewart Sokol & Larkin, LLC. His primary areas of practice include business and commercial litigation, construction litigation, and corporate law. He also handles surety and fidelity matters. Mr. Stewart represents large general contractors and developers, and also lectures for various state bar associations. He is appreciated for his integrity, strong focus, and commitment to excellent client services.

After graduating magna cum laude from Columbia Union College in 1968, Mr. Stewart went on to graduate magna cum laude with a JD from Willamette University College of Law in 1968. He has earned memberships to the American Bar Association and numerous state and county bar associations, including in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska. Furthermore, Mr. Stewart has been admitted to practice before several courts, such as the Supreme Court of the State of Oregon, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, the United States Court of Federal Claims, the United States Supreme Court, and more.

Mr. Stewart’s dedication to his profession has been recognized through formal honors over the years. He has been inducted into The Litigation Counsel of America’s Trial Lawyers Honor Society, and he has been listed in Oregon Super Lawyers magazine as a top lawyer for 10 consecutive years. However, Mr. Stewart feels that the most rewarding aspect of his career is seeing his satisfied clients. He believes he has achieved his accomplishments thanks to diligence, love for his career, and the support he receives from his family.

Contact John Spencer Stewart

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