Law Practice

Stephen focuses his practice on land use, and consumer and commercial real estate litigation. Prior to joining Tomasi Bragar DuBay, Stephen worked for Portland State University’s Student Legal Services, where he provided free legal services to PSU’s students on a variety of legal issues. The focus of his work was on landlord/tenant, bankruptcy and consumer protection. In law school he was a member of the Student Bar Association Academic Enhancement Committee and the President of Crime Victims’ Rights Alliance.

Representative Matters

  • Land Use
  • Real Estate and Business Litigation
  • Foreclosures and Collection
  • Bankruptcy


  • American Bar Association Resolution 112, February 22, 2021
  • “The Trump Administration’s Proposed Rule Change of the 2015 Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule,” ABA State and Local News, Volume 43, Number 3, Spring 2020

CLE Presentations

  • Tik Tok Tort Reform Time Machine, March 2022, Tort Law
  • 28 Days Later, October 2020, Self Defense Laws and Martial Law
  • Driverless Cars and the Laws that Guide Them, January 2018, Cybersecurity and Technology

Community Involvement & Personal

Stephen is a member of the Gus J. Solomon Inn of Court. When not practicing law, Stephen enjoys camping, fishing and gardening with his friends and family.

Practice Groups


Lewis & Clark Law School, J.D., cum laude, 2019

  • Cornelius Honors Society
  • Public Interest Law Certificate

University of Arizona, B.A., Psychology, 2011


Oregon State Bar
Washington State Bar

Professional Associations

  • American Bar Association – State and Local Government Section, Vice Chair of the Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee
  • Land Use Legislative Committee, Member
  • Gus J. Solomon Inn of Court, Member
  • Oregon State Bar – Real Estate/Land Use Section, Member
  • Oregon State Bar—Government Law Section, Member
  • Oregon State Bar—Debtor-Creditor Law Section, Member
  • Multnomah Bar Association