Jillian A. Pollock
Jillian Pollock is a shareholder in the firm’s employment and business practice groups. Her practice includes representing employers in federal and state court proceedings and in administrative proceedings. Her practice also includes employment counseling.
Jillian graduated summa cum laude from Gonzaga University School of Law and was an associate editor for the Gonzaga Law Review. She was also a member of the William O. Douglas Lecture Series Committee, which brought nationally recognized experts on the First Amendment to Gonzaga to speak on freedoms of speech, religion, and assembly.
Prior to joining Buckley Law, Jillian practiced labor and employment law in Washington state.
Primary Areas of Practice
Employment Law & Litigation:
- Employment Counseling and Investigations
- Employment Law Litigation
- Representation of Employers in Administrative Proceedings
- Business Disputes and Litigation
Professional & Community Activities
Member, Oregon State Bar
Member, Washington State Bar
Publications & Presentations
Presenter, Affordable Healthcare, Manufactured Housing Communities of Oregon Annual Conference (October 22, 2013)
“What Oregon Businesses Need to Know about the New Sick Leave Law,” Portland Business Journal (December 2015)
“What You Need to Know about Oregon’s Sick Leave Law (Q&A),” Interview in the Oregonian (December 2015)
Admitted to Practice
Oregon State Courts
Washington State Courts
Gonzaga University School of Law, Juris Doctorate degree, summa cum laude (2002)
Université de Paris, France (La Sorbonne), Study Abroad
Smith College, Bachelor of arts