Attorney Hugh Duvall | Duvall Law Office, P.C.
Having dedicated his legal career to helping individuals pursue justice, attorney Hugh Duvall has earned recognition as a leader in criminal defense throughout western Oregon.
Attorney Hugh Duvall graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law with his Juris Doctorate in 1988. He went on to serve the community of Eugene, Oregon, as a public defender for three years. After several years as a partner at a private criminal defense firm, Hugh Duvall established Duvall Law Office, P.C. His practice is now based in the historic Duvall Building, two and a half blocks from the Lane County Courthouse.
Over the past decade, this AV-rated* lawyer has authored several publications, including The Lawyer's Song: Navigating the Legal Wilderness. He has been selected for inclusion in Oregon Super Lawyers, 2007-2011, and serves as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Oregon School of Law.
Hugh Duvall is well known by his peers and clients as a dedicated and competent criminal defense attorney. While his client base is wide ranging, his clients regularly include legal and medical professionals.
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We invite you to call Duvall Law Office, P.C., at 541-393-8154, or e-mail us, to schedule a confidential consultation regarding your criminal charge. Our law office is based in Eugene, Oregon. We represent clients in Lane County and throughout the surrounding cities and counties. Our business hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Weekend and evening appointments are available when necessary. We offer jail visits upon request. Credit cards are accepted at our firm.
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