Eleanor Beatty is a long time resident of Oregon. Eleanor graduated
from Gilchrist High School in 1994 before leaving the state briefly
to attend the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnestota. She
returned to Oregon in 1996 and graduated from Oregon State University
in 1998 with a degree in Philosophy. While at OSU, she played tenor
saxophone in the marching band.
Eleanor attended Willamette University College of Law, earning a
Juris Doctorate in 2004. She served as an Associate Editor of the
Willamette Law Review and was awarded the Col. Rupert "Rudy" Park Pro
Bono Student of the Year for 2004.
After being admitted to the Oregon State Bar in 2004, Eleanor
volunteered with Marion
Polk Legal Aid Services before accepting a position as associate
attorney with Beloof & Haines, LLP in Clackamas.
In 2005, the Marion-Polk Volunteer Lawyers Project recognized Ms.
Beatty's volunteer efforts with the Arno Deneke New Lawyer of the
Eleanor joined Koho & Associates in October 2006 and became a named
partner in Koho & Beatty in September 2007. She practices primarily
in the areas of Family Law and Estate Planning.