Aryn Seiler


Aryn Seiler is an associate in the Portland office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the General Liability Practice. Aryn graduated from Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon, where she authored for its Law Review the article, "Buried Alive: The Constitutional Question of Life Without Parole for Juvenile Offenders Convicted of Homicide", Lewis and Clark Law Review, Volume 17, No. 1, 2013. 

In Oregon and Washington State, Aryn represented clients in misdemeanor criminal matters and clerked for a family law judge. In New Mexico, Aryn defended oil field industry clients in complex civil litigation matters involving catastrophic injury and wrongful death claims. Aryn’s practice includes the defense of large corporate entities, small businesses and municipal bodies in personal injury, dram shop liability, oil field spills and releases and premises liability matters. Aryn has experience in successful trial result before the bench, litigating in district and appellate court, negotiating settlements and deposing lay and expert witnesses. Recently, Aryn has devoted a significant portion of her practice to defending and advising ridesharing companies in cases involving automobile accidents and catastrophic injuries.

Aryn graduated magna cum laude from the University of New Mexico with a dual Masters in classical languages and philosophy. She has taught beginning and intermediate classical Greek and Latin at the university and in private schools. Aryn worked as diesel mechanic before attending law school.

Aryn likes to volunteer for civil boards and committees, having served on the Portland Private for Hire Board of Transportation, Portland Police Review Committee, New Mexico Commission on the Status of Women and the Women’s Shelter of Albuquerque. She also likes to play the drums.


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New Mexico



United States District Court, District of New Mexico


Lewis & Clark Law School

Juris Doctor

University of Mexico

Dual Masters in Classical Languages and Philosophy, magna cum laude

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