“Mr. Abrams has the intelligence, judgment, and character essential for the practice of law.”

-David Frohnmayer: Oregon Attorney  General, UofO Law School Dean, UofO President

“I would have the greatest confidence in having him adjudicate our contested disputes.”

-The Honorable Jan Grant: Co-Chief OAH, Olympia and  Senior Judge OAH, Seattle

“Mr. Abrams measures a perfect 10 on my scale of human concern and decency.”

Dr. James Klonoski: Emeritus Professor (married to a U.S. Federal Judge)

 

The Firm

The Abrams Firm has been a leader in Consumer Protection Law advocacy since 2001.

 

Practice

Consumer Protections Law & Class Action Placements

Industries: Compliance in the Banking Industry

Consumer Protections in the Timeshare Industry

See Our Consumer Protections History

 

Education

Juris Doctorate, 4 Clinical Service Practices, Seattle University School of Law

  • Judicial Externship

Bachelors of Science, cum laude, high honors, University of Oregon

 

Licensure

Washington State Bar Association:

  • WSBA.org — License No. 31068
  • In good standing, no bar disciplinary sanctions
  • Former drafter for WSBA Special Disciplinary Counsel

 

Mentors

John Abrams’ lifetime mentorship began early as the son of a public interest trial lawyer, Sol. A. Abrams, whose constitutional law precedents include the case that established the fourth amendment bedrock law of The Fruits of the Poisonous Tree Doctrine, and was portrayed by Christian Slater in the Hollywood movie Murder in the First  (Warner Bros. 1995, starring Christian Slater and Kevin Bacon).

In legal circles, John Abrams himself became well known as an undefeated trial attorney in the area of consumer protection. He was briefly mentored by famed lawyer Gerry Spence, who was memorable as CNN’s major legal analyst for the OJ Simpson trial (the one in the buckskin jacket with silvery hair). Applying these gems of wisdom led Mr. Abrams to pro-consumer victories.

A consumer protection attorney tradition of fighting for people’s FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS in troubled and suspect industries.