A former Clark County deputy prosecuting attorney has relocated his law practice from Vancouver to Camas.
Quinn Posner, 41, is a personal injury and criminal defense lawyer who also handles real estate and civil litigation.
He was a partner at Langsdorf, Ferguson & Posner, PLLC, before opening his own office.
Dean Langsdorf died in May, and Lori Ferguson is a solo family law practitioner.
Posner has lived in Camas for 10 years.
“I love this community and the downtown business community,” he said. “I noticed there are a lack of attorneys in my practice area — personal injury — and thought that my skills and experience could be an asset locally.
“I want to serve the community in which I live and become a community leader,” Posner added.
He majored in sociology and received a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Washington in 1996. Posner earned a master’s of business administration degree from the Willamette University Atkinson School of Management, in 2001.
That same year, he earned a Juris Doctor degree from the Willamette University College of Law.
Posner is licensed to practice in all Washington and Oregon state courts, as well as the Western District of Washington, Eastern District of Washington and the District of Oregon federal courts.
He is a legal advisor for the Clark County Rental Association.
Posner Law Office, P.C., is located at 532 N.E. Third Ave., Ste. 105. For more information, call 524-4767 or visit www.posnerlawoffice.com.