Tami Bishop

Consumer Law, Bankruptcy, Student Loan Defaults, and Mortgage Restructuring


Tami currently focuses her practice in the areas of consumer finance to include federal and state taxes, debt negotiation, settlement and collection, bankruptcy, focusing on student loan workouts.  Understanding the importance of quality, results-driven work, Tami approaches her practice with dedication, humor and pragmatism to provide the assistance needed by her clients.  While Tami was inlaw school, she clerked in the Michigan State Tax Court where she researched and drafted opinions on property valuation.

Interests:

Tami is a native of the Pacific Northwest and in her free time enjoys travel, gardening and several activities that require a stylish crash helmet.

Admissions:

  • Oregon

Education:

  • The Thomas M. Cooley Law School, J.D.
  • University of Idaho

Professional Associations:

  • Multnomah County Bar Association