Talon Reed

Talon is Southern Oregon born and bred. He graduated from South Medford High School in 2004 where he ran track and played football. During high school he earned the rank of Eagle Scout by planning and completing his service project at the Eastwood Cemetery in East Medford. After high school he served a two-year Spanish speaking service mission on the Texas/Mexico border. On his return he attended and graduated from Southern Oregon University with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice where he graduated magna cum laude. He was chapter president of the Alpha Phi Sigma Southern Oregon Chapter.

After graduating from college, he was trained and worked at this office as a bilingual paralegal for three years before attending the University Of Oregon School Of Law. While there, he was on the moot court board, and was president of the J. Reuben Clarke Law Society U of O Chapter. During his last year in law school he interned at the Lake County District Attorney’s office where he served as lead counsel in four felony trials under the guidance of the District Attorney. While there, he won a three-minute verdict for the state after a two-day 12 member jury trial. Talon later completed an externship with the Lane County Circuit Courthouse where he worked for the Honorable Curtis Conover. After passing the bar on his first attempt, Talon is licensed to practice law in Oregon.

Talon is a tenacious advocate for our English and Spanish speaking clients, and has earned his position here through his hard-earned experience in the legal field since 2008.

Talon is an accomplished horseman and an avid outdoorsman. He volunteers on ranches in the area to use his horse to rope and brand calves and work cattle. He enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife and two children, and large extended family here in Southern Oregon.

“Talon represented me in a car accident claim where I had been T-Boned and was getting the run around by insurance companies. He knew what needed to be done and kept in great communication with me throughout the process. The turnout was the best possible turnout that could have happened and I owe it to Talon. ”

-Christopher O. of Grant Pass