Benjamin C. Seiken

Professional Experience

Ben is a litigation and land use attorney.  Ben represents a variety of clients in state, federal, and bankruptcy courts, as well as before administrative boards.  As a result of this experience, Ben takes into account the cost of litigation in terms of time and expense, the factual realities of each case, the forum in which his client is appearing, and the motivations of opposing parties and adverse counsel in determining the best course of action.  Ben understands that a thoughtful understanding of the parties involved in each dispute is crucial to obtaining an optimal outcome.

Personal Interests

In his free time, Ben enjoys exploring everything Central Oregon has to offer with his wife Amy and dog Auggie.

Education and Awards

Lewis and Clark Law School, 2012

  • J.D.
  • Cum laude
  • Business law roundtable scholar

Rhodes College, 2009

  • B.A., Political Science
  • Cum laude
  • Pi Sigma Alpha

Admitted to Practice:

  • Oregon
  • Washington
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon
  • U.S. District and Bankruptcy Courts for the District of Eastern Washington
  • U.S. District and Bankruptcy Courts for the District of Western Washington
Phone: 541-382-3011
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