Dipendra currently specializes in complex civil litigation, including construction defect and personal injury defense. He spent several years as a judicial law clerk at the Multnomah County Circuit Court, where he honed his skills and expanded his knowledge base of courtroom procedures. As a result, Dipendra has acted as second chair in several, multi-party trials involving allegations of extensive damage to building structures. He has also represented clients against allegations such as fraud, non-disclosure and misrepresentation related to formation of entities, homeowner associations and developments. Dipendra has substantial experience interviewing and deposing witnesses and performing broad discovery in complex litigation matters.
Dipendra received a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Lewis and Clark College in 1992. He went on to get his J.D. from the Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College in 2001. He was a member of the law business review. Dipendra also participated in Moot Court in which his team received the award for Best Brief and was also second place in the Jessup International Regional Championship Final.
Dipendra is admitted to practice law in the State of Oregon.
Dipendra has volunteered at the Metro Washington Park Zoo in the past.
Dipendra’s interests include soccer, cycling, racquet sports, cross country skiing and the occasional wine tasting with his wife Shannon, and also hanging out with his plethora of pets.