Molly Honoré is a pragmatic litigator who works with her clients to solve complex business problems. Molly wants to get to know you and your organization, find out what matters to you, and learn your goals and concerns. She knows that a case is never just about the bottom line and that details matter.
To her, law is best practiced in a dynamic, hands-on manner. Molly’s clients appreciate her direct involvement and straightforward communication at every stage of their representation whether developing case themes, deciding how to structure an argument, or strategizing during negotiations. Her style is well matched to litigation involving closely-held businesses, the focus of Molly’s practice.
Molly is adept at managing litigation in state and federal court. She routinely advises and represents clients in commercial disputes, including shareholder and contract matters, business tort claims, products liability, professional negligence, and real estate litigation. Her recent successes include:
Molly’s legal practice draws from her diverse and unique life experiences. Her decision to pursue a legal career was largely motivated by a volunteer position assisting with the legal representation of a Guantanamo Bay detainee. The detainee was a French-speaking Moroccan national. Molly, who understands and speaks some French, was granted special clearance to travel to the naval station at Guantanamo Bay and conduct on-site interviews of the detainee. She was able to speak with him directly without an intermediary interpreter and was asked to translate and interpret documents as part of his defense.
Before law school, Molly also spent two years as an Outreach Coordinator for AmeriCorps in Massachusetts where she managed a team of AmeriCorps members and directed planning and volunteer recruitment for environmental restoration and clean-up events.
As a law student, Molly clerked for the Oregon Department of Justice’s Special Litigation Unit where she assisted with specialized cases, including high-profile Constitutional challenges, complex regulatory cases, and environmental litigation.
Molly earned her J.D. with a certificate in business law from Lewis & Clark Law School, summa cum laude, where she was an articles editor for the Lewis and Clark Law Review. She was awarded the John and Susan Bates Scholarship for Business Law and was selected as a Keller Law and Entrepreneurship Scholar. Molly also was inducted into the Cornelius Honor Society by the law school faculty based on her distinguished scholarship, leadership, and contribution to the law school community.
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