Randall Vogt embarked upon a successful legal career after earning a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of California, Davis and a Juris Doctor from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. Mr. Vogt has maintained a private legal practice in Portland, Oregon, that focuses on litigation for civil and criminal cases, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He is certified in Oregon to defend death penalty cases, and he has served as defense council in more than 10 murder trials reaching jury verdicts. Randall Vogt also has tried more than 100 jury cases in his career. Mr. Vogt serves as a strong legal advocate for victims of sexual abuse. In his private life, he volunteers for Portland Women’s Crisis Line, a 24-hour support and resource center for victims of sexual and domestic violence. Professionally, he provides pro bono legal work for people who have been referred by the Sexual Assault Resource Center. He assists victims of sexual abuse that seek empowerment through legal solutions. To do this, Randall Vogt attempts to prevent future abuse by exposing those individuals and agencies responsible. He also helps his clients seek appropriate treatment and recover compensation for damages resulting from the abuse. In a 2007 case in Washington County, Oregon, Mr. Vogt served as plaintiff’s attorney in a sexual abuse case, obtaining for his client the highest personal injury verdict on record at the time. Randall Vogt maintains membership in multiple professional organizations, including the Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Oregon State Bar, and Multnomah County Bar Association. He also serves as a Circuit Court Arbitrator in four Oregon counties: Clatsop, Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington. As an Arbitrator, Randall Vogt provides binding resolutions for legal disputes.