Kristen N. Baker



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Kristen N. Baker

Kristen Baker, CRP™, OCP is a paralegal with Dunn Carney’s business team. Her work is primarily corporate-based with an emphasis on health care, but with nearly 20 years of legal experience, she provides efficient attorney assistance across practice groups. She also works on litigation, real estate and estate planning matters.

Kristen’s work involves all aspects of client interaction, drafting and reviewing documents, case management, file administration and records organization. She joined Dunn Carney in 2013 and has worked with other Oregon law firms as a legal secretary, legal assistant, bookkeeper and office manager. She has been a speaker about paralegal training and certification at Oregon Paralegal Association and Portland Community College events.

When away from work, Kristen is usually spending time with her husband and son, plotting finishing touches for her recently-built home, or searching for the Pacific Northwest’s best Philly cheesesteak.

Education & Certifications

Oregon Paralegal Association, Oregon Certified Paralegal, 2017

National Federation of Paralegal Associations, CORE Registered Paralegal, 2015

Professional Affiliations

Oregon Paralegal Association, member, 2014-present

National Federation of Paralegal Associations, member, 2014-present

National Association of Legal Secretaries, member, 2015

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