Anthony Blake Jr.

Associate

Anthony Blake Jr.

OVERVIEW

Anthony is a litigator known for representing his clients with tenacity and poise. As a former collegiate athlete, Anthony leverages his knack for intense focus and strategic thinking to go the extra mile and meet his clients’ needs.

Anthony has represented a wide variety of individual, small business and global corporate clients in business litigation. Within his litigation practice, Anthony focuses on contract disputes and employment matters and has resolved issues related to athletes and sports law. Prior to joining Jordan Ramis, Anthony practiced at respected law firms in the Portland area where he handled matters involving shareholder, complex construction, and design-related disputes, to name a few areas.

During law school, Anthony worked as a legal extern for the Honorable Ann Aiken of the U.S. District Court of Oregon and graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School as a member of the Cornelius Honor Society and a recipient of the Roosevelt Robinson Scholarship. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon, where he was a member of two Pac-12 Championship football teams.

 

Education

  • JD, Lewis & Clark Law School, 2016
    • Community Service Award
    • Cornelius Honor Society
    • Roosevelt Robinson Scholarship
  • BS, Sociology, Business, University of Oregon
    • University Diversity Excellence Scholarship
    • Scholar Athlete Award
    • Member, 2010, 2011 PAC-12 Football Championship teams
  • College of Holy Cross, Worcester, MA, 2009-2010
    • Member, 2009 Patriot League Football Championship Team

Admissions

  • Oregon, 2016
  • U.S. District Court, District of Oregon

Membership and Activities

  • Member, Jesuit High School Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee
  • Member, Sport Oregon Young Professional Board
  • Former Board Member, Multnomah Bar Association Young Lawyer Section

Awards and Honors

  • Ones to Watch, Best Lawyers in America, 2021
  • Rising Star, Oregon Super Lawyers, 2020, 2021, 2022
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