University of Oregon, 2006, 2011
R. Everett Meadows
Everett’s primary areas of practice are real estate transactions; boundary and easement disputes; deed and clouded-title solutions, and construction litigation
Everett is a “Double Duck,” receiving his B.S. from the University of Oregon in 2006, and his J.D. in 2011. Everett has practiced law in Oregon since 2011, representing individuals and business entities in the areas of business law, real estate matters, construction defects and liens, and landlord rights. His experience in these areas allows him to deal with matters in a knowledgeable and efficient manner. Everett is an experienced and skilled litigator and represents his clients in court whenever that becomes necessary.
Outside of his primary practice Everett served eight years with the Oregon Army National Guard, as a Judge Advocate litigator, representing both Soldiers and Command in adverse military actions. Everett currently sits on the Lane County Steering Committee of the Campaign for Equal Justice.