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undefinedSpencer S. Rossini


Oregon, Washington, Idaho & Alaska
(949) 477-5050

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A member of the Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska bar associations, Mr. Rossini is originally from the Chicago area but moved to Oregon to attend law school. While in school, he clerked for the Clackamas County District Attorney on three high-profile murder-conspiracy trials. He was also a member of the Moot Court Board and was a semi-finalist in the school’s Bruce Spaulding Civil Trial Competition.

After graduation, Mr. Rossini worked for a national firm representing some of the country’s largest banks and credit-lending institutions in litigation. He then practiced insurance defense, representing companies in complex civil litigation. He joined Wright Finlay & Zak in September 2022. Currently, his focus areas are real estate litigation, creditor’s rights, and general civil litigation.

A firm believer in hard work and perseverance, Mr. Rossini became a lawyer for its challenges and his desire to help others with complex problems—he strives to give the best representation to each of his clients. He is on the Young Lawyers Section Committee for the Multnomah Bar Association and enjoys working to better the legal community. In his spare time, he tries to enjoy the great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest: skiing, camping, and surfing.


  • University of Colorado, Boulder (B.A., Political Science, 2013)
  • Willamette University College of Law (J.D., Certificate in Law and Business, 2018)

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