Wilson Jarrell advises and represents employers and management on a wide range of employment issues. He proactively counsels management in developing effective workplace policies, and works closely with clients to ensure satisfactory resolution when the need for litigation arises. Additionally, Wilson frequently serves as a workplace investigator, regularly conducting investigations into allegations of employee misconduct, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, or other sensitive issues.
Wilson understands that the business needs and goals of his clients are paramount, and thus focuses on providing reliable, efficient, creative, and tailored solutions to each individual problem that may arise. By quickly developing an understanding of his clients’ unique businesses, he is able to provide responsive, solution-oriented advice and representation that gets clients back to doing what they do best: running their business.
Prior to joining Barran Liebman, Wilson externed for the Honorable Marco A. Hernandez, and clerked for the Office of Lincoln County Legal Counsel. He graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law, third in his class, where he was elected to Oregon Law’s Order of the Coif for his outstanding commitment to academic excellence. Wilson received his B.A., magna cum laude, in Mathematics from Humboldt State University, which nurtured his love of creative problem-solving. Throughout the duration of his legal education, Wilson was highly active in the community, serving as both an Environmental and Natural Resource Fellow and the Co-Director of the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference. Wilson remains active in his community today, serving on the Service to the Public Committee of the Multnomah Bar Association Young Lawyers Section.