Savannah has been with Easley Family Law since December of 2021, when she began as a client intake specialist. Her impressive skillset led to her quickly beginning a transition into to the role of Paralegal while completing her certificate in Paralegal Studies from Portland Community College.
Savannah also has a Bachelors’ Degree in Sociology with a minor in Conflict Resolution. During college, Savannah enjoyed completing a capstone with the Family Preservation Project at the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility, where she helped incarcerated mothers maintain parenting bonds and meaningful visitation with their children.
Savannah recognizes that family law issues are more personal than other legal issues, so she prioritizes engaging with clients in ways that are sensitive to the unique nature of family law. She believes reducing conflict whenever possible is essential to helping families transition to healthy new dynamics.
When she is not in the office, Savannah enjoys hiking through the Columbia River Gorge, reading, and spending time with family and her cat, Artemis.