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Kirc relishes what many consider some of the more tedious aspects of legal practice—detailed discovery analysis coupled with strategic legal work. With a profound love of math and science, he is devoted to unearthing and distilling the data on which the outcome of a case often rests. Whatever is buried in mountains of electronic data, scientific studies, or inscrutable piles of documents, Kirc will find it. His enthusiasm stems from the conviction that every client deserves clarity, no matter how nuanced or technical the facts of their situation may be.

Prior to joining Richardson Wang, Kirc spent a year clerking for the Oregon Department of Justice, Consumer Protection and Financial Fraud Division where he utilized his analytical and scientific prowess to protect Oregonians from deceptively marketed products.  During his time with the Oregon Department of Justice he focused his efforts on holding medical device manufacturers accountable for harm to Oregonians resulting from the sale of products based on false and unsubstantiated qualities and characteristics.

In addition to finding fun where many see drudgery, Kirc hates to lose an argument. He has combined his insatiable appetite for knowledge with this inherent trait into a tremendous asset as a litigator who relentlessly pursues the winning strategy in or out of the courtroom. Kirc is not only analytical, but personable. His compassion and intellectual curiosity drive his knowledge of the law. He is happiest being the warrior, defending clients made vulnerable by harm, abuse, and fraud.


  • Oregon State Bar

  • Multnomah Bar Association

  • American Association for Justice

  • American Bar Association

  • Oregon Trial Lawyers Association

  • Owen M. Panner American Inn of Court



  • Oregon (State and Federal Courts)


  • Willamette University College of Law, J.D., 2015, summa cum laude

    • Editor-in-Chief of Willamette Law Review, 2014–15

    • Oregon State Bar, Securities Regulation Section Scholarship Recipient, 2016

    • Honors, Legal Research and Writing, Two Semesters, 2012–13

    • High Grade, Legal Research and Writing, Two Semesters, 2012–13

    • Best Paper Award, Legal Research and Writing, Fall 2012

  • Western Oregon University, B.S. Political Science, Minor in Chemistry, 2009, magna cum laude

  • Eastern Washington University, Studied Forensic Chemistry, 2003–06

    • Freshman Chemistry Student of the Year, Voted by Faculty, 2003–04


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