Brian D Turner
Brian was born in Oregon and raised in Albany. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Portland, a masters degree from Lund University in Sweden, and a law degree from the University of Oregon.
While growing up in Albany and during college, Brian worked summers at local grass seed farms. After completing his masters, Brian worked as a purchasing manager for two international companies in Sweden, and while in law school, he served as a law clerk at the US Bankruptcy Court for the District of Oregon where he was Articles Editor for the Oregon Review of International Law.
Prior to founding Turner Uhlemann PC, Brian managed the Portland offices of Macey & Aleman, a nationwide consumer bankruptcy law firm, where he represented hundreds of clients in chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy cases.
Brian is admitted to practice in the State of Oregon and the Federal District of Oregon and has filed well over a thousand cases in the federal bankruptcy courts.
Erin M Uhlemann
Erin is originally from Indiana. She earned her bachelor’s degree in botany from Purdue University and her law degree from the Northwestern School of Law.
Prior to starting her legal career, Erin worked as a botanist and fire fighter for the Indiana Parks Service.
As a law student, Erin gained experience in consumer bankruptcy law while working with the law school’s bankruptcy clinic. Erin began her legal career as an associate attorney for Macey & Aleman, a nationwide consumer bankruptcy firm, where she counseled hundreds of clients in chapter 7 and 13 proceedings.
Erin is admitted to practice in the State of Oregon and the Federal District of Oregon.
Mackenzie Keith was born and raised in Philomath, Oregon. After graduating from the University of Oregon with bachelor degrees in German and Philosophy, Mackenzie worked for three years as a meat cutter before deciding to attend Lewis and Clark Law School to pursue his law degree.
While in law school, Mackenzie served as an extern for the Oregon Supreme Court, advised non-profit housing developers on legal issues, and gained experience with bankruptcy law through his work at the Lewis and Clark Legal Clinic.
After graduating cum laude from Lewis and Clark, Mackenzie worked at a small Bozeman, Montana bankruptcy law firm before returning to Portland to work as an associate at Turner Uhlemann, PC.