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The Office of the Public Records Advocate was created pursuant to SB 106 during the 2017 legislative session. Under the law, which can befound in
Oregon Revised Statutes Chapter 192, the Advocate is responsible for:
Todd joined the office in September of 2018 as the Deputy Public Records Advocate. He was appointed as the Public Records Advocate (pending Senate confirmation) by Governor Kate Brown on November 1, 2020. He is an attorney dedicated to serving in the public interest, including previously as a Senior Assistant Attorney General in the Trial Division of the Oregon Department of Justice, and as Assistant Legal Counsel to the Oregon Judicial Department.
Before moving to Oregon, Todd spent the first eleven years of his legal career as a public defender at the Legal Aid Society in New York, representing indigent clients in all facets of criminal prosecution. Todd has also taught courses as a visiting professor in the Indian law program at Lewis and Clark Law School. Todd is a graduate of Brooklyn Law School and Boston University.
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