The following attorneys have filed an application for reinstatement as an active member of the Oregon State Bar pursuant to Rule of Procedure (BR) 8.1:
Lisa D. Donnell of Boise, ID #054123
Lisa D. Donnell of Boise, Idaho, was admitted to the Oregon State Bar on September 22, 2005, after graduating from Roger Williams University School of Law. She transferred to inactive status on December 18, 2006, after moving to Florida. In Florida, Ms. Donnell was employed as an assistant state attorney doing criminal prosecution. She later moved to Idaho in 2009 and became a member of the Idaho State Bar. She began working as a deputy prosecuting attorney in Caldwell, Idaho, in May 2009. In July 2013, Ms. Donnell accepted a job with the Attorney Generalís Office in Boise, Idaho, and became a deputy attorney general doing criminal prosecutions in the insurance fraud unit. Ms. Donnell is currently still employed at the Attorney Generalís Office in Boise and active member of the Idaho bar. She resigned her Oregon State Bar membership on March 17, 2014, but hopes to relocate back to Oregon and work as a criminal prosecutor. She is now applying for reinstatement back to active status.
Rebecca P. Perry of Bend, OR #844122
Rebecca P. Perry of Bend, Oregon, was admitted to the Oregon State Bar on December 27, 1991. She graduated from the University of Arizona School of Law and was admitted to the Arizona State Bar on June 3, 1986. She is currently an active member of the Arizona State Bar. Ms. Perry transferred to inactive status in Oregon on January 25, 2000, after moving to Arizona. In Arizona, Ms. Perry worked part-time performing legal research and writing for the firm Audilett & Kastner, PC, until July 2007. She then moved back to Bend, Oregon, and continued working remotely for the firm from home. Her employment with the firm ended in April 2014, and she has since been working as an independent contractor for Arizona attorneys, doing legal research and writing. Ms. Perry plans to look for employment as an attorney, in Bend, after reinstatement.
The Rules of Procedure require the Board of Governors to conduct an investigation of BR 8.1 reinstatement applications to determine whether applicants possess the good moral character and general fitness to practice law and whether the resumption of the practice of law in this state by the applicants will not be detrimental to the administration of justice or the public interest. Any person with information relevant to these applications is asked to contact promptly the OSB Regulatory Services Division, P.O. Box 231935, Tigard, OR 97281; phone: (503) 620-0222, or toll-free in Oregon, (800) 452-8260), ext. 343.