Justin D. Monahan

Associate

101 SW Main Street, Suite 1100    
Portland, Oregon  97204  

t 503.944.6057  
f 503.295.1058

jmonahan@balljanik.com

 

“Though the underpinnings of our cases can be highly technical, we are able to translate the details into clear terms for our clients so they can focus on results.”

Justin D. Monahan joined Ball Janik LLP in 2009 in the firm’s Construction Defect and Litigation practice groups. He previously practiced as an associate attorney with another Portland area law firm, where he litigated multi-million dollar construction defect and collapse cases on behalf of homeowners and homeowners’ associations. Trained in architecture, Mr. Monahan brings unique perspective to the firm’s growing construction practice. His knowledge of construction detail and ability to work closely with architects helps the firm’s litigation team build a strong visual story for the jury.

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“Though the underpinnings of our cases can be highly technical, we are able to translate the details into clear terms for our clients so they can focus on results.”

Justin D. Monahan joined Ball Janik LLP in 2009 in the firm’s Construction Defect and Litigation practice groups. He previously practiced as an associate attorney with another Portland area law firm, where he litigated multi-million dollar construction defect and collapse cases on behalf of homeowners and homeowners’ associations. Trained in architecture, Mr. Monahan brings unique perspective to the firm’s growing construction practice. His knowledge of construction detail and ability to work closely with architects helps the firm’s litigation team build a strong visual story for the jury.

Mr. Monahan serves on the Executive Committee of the Construction Section of the State Bar (2014-2016). He has lectured at the AIA Portland Chapter’s Center for Architecture at its “ARE Lecture Series: Construction Documents and Services.” While in law school, Mr. Monahan was Senior Articles Editor for The Wayne Law Review and worked as a law clerk for two Michigan law firms.

In 2009, Mr. Monahan received his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Oregon with his master’s thesis, Project Euphony, earning a Commend designation and being entered into the University’s permanent archive. During his first year of architecture school, he assisted several Eugene area attorneys, providing general counsel services for residential neighborhood associations, regional police, property owners and Measure 11 claimants under his own business name.

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