Ursula Lalović has represented clients in a broad range of civil matters including complex commercial litigation, securities and corporate governance litigation and fraud cases in state and federal courts and in private arbitration.
Ms. Lalović began her legal career at McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen (later Bingham McCutchen), where her practice focused on securities class actions, shareholder disputes, and broker-dealer arbitrations. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Lalović worked for Remcho, Johansen & Purcell LLP on a project basis where she focused on delivering high-quality legal research and writing as needed on a wide range of public and government law issues. She has also assisted on a number of pro bono matters, including interviewing voters in connection with a successful lawsuit against the state of New York for violations of its citizens’ voting rights (Common Cause/New York v. Brehm, No. 17-CV-6770 (AJN) (SDNY 2019)), interviewing inmates in connection with litigation vindicating parolee due process rights (Valdivia v. Brown, No. CIV-S-94-671-LKK/GGH (ND Cal. 2013)), and researching and investigating claims for a habeas corpus petition filed on behalf of a Mexican national (People v. Manriquez, Cal. Super. Ct. No. VA004848) (2005)).
Ms. Lalović graduated from The Colorado College and earned her law degree with a concentration in public law and policy from Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, where she was a Note and Comments editor for the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. During law school, Ms. Lalovic served as an extern for the Hon. George Marovich (Sr.) in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
In addition to her legal practice, Ms. Lalović is an active member of the community. She serves on the board of the Lincoln Girls Lacrosse Club, where she is Co-Director of the Youth Program, and frequently serves as a Legal Observer for the ACLU of Oregon.
Ms. Lalović is licensed to practice in both Oregon and California.Previous Page