Kaleb Eidsvoog is a J.D. candidate at Lewis & Clark Law School expected to graduate in May of 2021. Kaleb, a Portland native, ventured south and spent six years in Arizona pursuing his education and working in college athletics. In 2018 Kaleb returned to Portland to begin his legal career. He worked for a year as a Law Clerk at Bonneville Power Administration while finishing his second year at Lewis & Clark Law School. He has now turned his attention to estate planning and brings his enthusiasm to the Wool Landon team as a Law Student Associate.
June 2019 - Present
Wool Landon – Portland, OR.
2018 - May 2019
Bonneville Power Administration – Portland, OR.
- Conducted federal and state case law research, drafting legal memoranda on topics including labor and employment, environmental compliance, NEPA documentation, FERC regulations, power purchasing contracts, property law, takings and torts,easements, and trespass law.
- Evaluated BPA security policies for constitutional search and seizure compliance.
- Represented the Office of General Counsel while working directly with BPA compliance department to analyze and evaluating BPA, DOE, and other governmental regulatory compliance requirements.
Football Graduate Assistant
2016 to 2018
Arizona State University — 2016 - 2018 – Tempe, AZ
- Third in charge of Football Equipment Department responsible for managing a multimillion dollar budget, including compiling pre-season orders and monitoring department expenditures.
- Supervised a 15 person student staff in daily operations and travel preparation. Assigned daily, weekly and season-long responsibilities, with progress meetings throughout. Travel preparations included working directly with airlines for chartered flights, and coordinating with hotels nationwide.
- Assisted the Defensive Coordinator during games, including play signaling responsibilities. Was directly accountable in a high-intensity, fast-paced atmosphere.
Student Football Manager
2012 to 2016
Arizona State University – Tempe, AZ
- Earned a full scholarship position after one semester in a highly competitive work environment, balancing a 40+ hour work schedule with a full course load.
- Promoted to Lead Student Equipment Manager after one season. Supervised and managed co-workers in various settings. Developed close interpersonal relationships with athletes, coaches and employees from diverse backgrounds.
- Assisted in recruiting, interviewing, and hiring new student workers. Worked directly with the university compliance office regarding NCAA compliance regulations.