Sydney Montanaro was born and raised in Northeast Portland. She obtained her undergraduate degree from the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies at the University of Redlands outside of Los Angeles, California. At the Johnston Center she studied international affairs, economic development, Latin American studies and Spanish and traveled and studied extensively throughout Latin America.
Sydney graduated from Lewis & Clark law school in May of 2014 Cum Laude. During law school she focused on public interest law and clerked for various non-profit organizations and offices dedicated to representing low income people, protecting civil rights, and advocating for the rights of workers.
Sydney’s practice focuses on representing injured workers in workers’ compensation claims.
Practice area focus:
All aspects of Oregon’s Workers’ Compensation system, including denied claims, time-loss disputes, medical services and vocational services disputes, permanent disability awards and settlement.