Areas of Practice
Environmental and land use
Bryan J. Telegin earned his J.D. magna cum laude from Lewis & Clark Law School, where he earned his certificate in environmental and natural resources law and was inducted into the Cornelius Honor Society.
Before joining Bricklin & Newman, Mr. Telegin worked as a solo attorney and as a contract attorney for the Earthrise Law Center (formerly the Pacific Environmental Advocacy Center of Lewis & Clark Law School). Bryan has represented non-profit corporations, environmental organizations, and neighborhood groups in a number of environmental cases before the United States District Court for the District of Oregon, the Oregon Court of Appeals, and the Washington Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council.
A caring advocate for his clients, Mr. Telegin truly enjoys collaborating with his clients and listening to their needs. He enjoys rolling up his sleeves, digging deep and getting dirty with each case he works on.
Not every lawyer has every answer at his or her fingertips, I enjoy unfolding the layers of interpretations and making sense of the components of each case.
To date, Mr. Telegin’s work has focused on issues arising under the Clean Water Act, including widespread thermal pollution problems threatening many of the historic salmon runs in the Pacific Northwest, and the illegal disposal of sewage sludge on sensitive farmlands. In addition,Mr. Telegin has experience with issues arising under the National Environmental Policy Act, the Endangered Species Act, and the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area Act.
Mr. Telegin is admitted in Washington, Oregon and the United States District Court for the District of Oregon and the Western District of Washington.
Lewis and Clark School Law School, J.D. magna cum laude, Cornelius Honor Society
University of California M.A.
University of California B.A.