Sibylle Baer



Professional Experience

Ms. Baer joined the firm in September 2006. Before joining our firm she was a trial attorney at Multnomah Defenders, Inc. At Multnomah Defenders Ms. Baer's practice focused on criminal and juvenile law with an emphasis on juvenile dependency cases and complex termination of parental rights cases. Ms. Baer has been a trial attorney since 1992 and has extensive courtroom experience. Her varied trial experience makes her skilled at both prosecuting and defending cases. Ms. Baer is admitted to practice in Oregon and the Federal Bar.

Currently, Ms. Baer is a member of the Interagency Committee for Abuse Prevention (ICAP). ICAP's goal is to implement systems improvements to reduce abuse of the elderly and persons with disabilities living in Multnomah County.


B.S., University of Florida
J.D., Lewis and Clark Law School

Professional Organizations

Multnomah Bar Association
Oregon State Bar
Oregon Women's Lawyers Society, member
OSB Elder Law Section, member
OSB Estate Planning Section, member
Special Advocates for Vulnerable Oregonians (SAVO), founding member/Vice President

Admitted to Practice

Oregon State Bar, 1992
Federal Bar, 1994