Roshelle Cleland is passionate about social justice, community-based work, and addressing intersecting forms of violence. Prior to joining Schantz Law, Roshelle’s happy place was working as a legal advocate for survivors of sexual and domestic violence. Roshelle worked in the courthouse supporting clients to obtain protective orders and to navigate victim’s rights within the criminal justice system and family law system. Many aspects of family law can be confusing, frustrating, and difficult to understand. Roshelle strives to make it easier on our clients and to explain things in detail in a way that they can understand. She is a strong advocate and a comforting voice and will be on your side throughout the process.
When Roshelle isn’t in the office, you can find her at the gym, eating at one of Portland’s restaurants, or exploring Oregon’s great outdoors with her dog, Ruger.
Education: Bachelor of Science in Public Health, minor in Psychology-Oregon State University.