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Priscilla Gray

Paralegal - Legal and Support Staff Supervisor
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Before joining Jordan Ramis, Priscilla Gray served more than 20 years as a paralegal in the areas of creditors' rights, bankruptcy, collection, commercial litigation, and general matters. Priscilla is a past Chapter Representative for the SW Washington Chapter of the Oregon Paralegal Association and a member of the Oregon Paralegal Association.

Priscilla brings to the firm extensive experience in both federal and state courts in Oregon and Washington, and U.S. Bankruptcy Courts. She assists the attorneys at Jordan Ramis in all aspects of creditors' rights, commercial litigation, collection, and general matters including drafting complaints, answers, defaults, pre-and-post judgment collection, writs of garnishment, accounting of garnishment payments received, judgments on answer, motions for summary judgment, motions to renew judgment, motions for relief from stay, objections to confirmation, and preparing proof of claim. She has daily contact with clients, opposing counsel, defendants, and the courts from the inception of a case. Priscilla also assists Russ Garrett, who serves as a Chapter 7 Panel Trustee.

Priscilla's organizational skills and efficiency enable her to successfully manage the cases to which she is assigned. Priscilla's focus is to timely and efficiently manage a case from beginning to end.

In addition to her work as a paralegal, Priscilla is also Office Manager of the Vancouver Office. She is responsible for the organization of Vancouver’s support staff, including determining support staff needs, hiring, orientation, supervision of support staff, and is the building liaison.
 

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  • Oregon Paralegal Association
  • SW Washington Chapter of the Oregon Paralegal Association, past chapter representative

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