Ms. Le Roux is Partner at HKM in the Portland, Oregon office. She has advocated for workers in employee-side litigation for over a decade at some of Oregon’s premiere employment law firms. She earned her law degree from the University of Idaho College of Law where she implemented a year-long program addressing economic inequality and worker’s rights. Her efforts were recognized with the Peggy Browning Fund Scholarship to attend the national Worker’s Rights Conference in Washington, D.C.
Her efforts have also been recognized by the National Association of Women Lawyers with the Outstanding Achievement Award for her contributions to advancing women in the legal profession and in society as a whole.
As a result of her advocacy, she has helped recover millions of dollars for workers. Moreover, she has helped workers regain a sense of dignity after suffering unlawful employment practices.
In addition to practicing law representing vulnerable workers, Ms. Le Roux also volunteers as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA). As a CASA volunteer, she advocates for the interests of vulnerable children and youth who are in the custody of the state in court proceedings.
Location: Portland Office
- Oregon State Courts
- U. S. District Court of Oregon
- University of Idaho, College of Law, J.D.
- Portland State University, B.S. magna cum laude, Liberal Studies
- Oregon State Bar
- Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, Co-Chair Employment Law Section
- National Employment Lawyers Association
- Multnomah County Bar Association
- Oregon Women Lawyers Association
- National Association of Women Lawyers