Oregon Law Network – Meet Your Mentor Don Corson

Don is Partner at The Corson & Johnson Law Firm in EugeneWith over 30 years of experience, he represents people seriously injured or killed by defective products, industrial accidents, hospital system failures, serious vehicle and truck crashes, and other catastrophic incidents.

Don is a “Double Duck”.  He graduated first in his law school class and was Editor-In-Chief of the Oregon Law Review.  He is the former president of the OTLA and has an extensive list of professional memberships he has contributed his experiences to.

“UO Law made a huge, positive contribution to my life, and I want to support others who might also benefit.”

For the past couple of years, Don has been a mentor for first year law students through the UO Law School program. He also served as a mentor for first year lawyers through an Oregon State Bar program.

Published by University of Oregon School of Law – Center for Career Planning and Professional Development

Career Center Newsletter for Students Week of January 11, 2021