Michael Kittell is a shareholder at Albright Kittell PC with over six years of experience. Michael is licensed to practice law in both Oregon and Washington State. He graduated magna cum laude (top 5%) from Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. While in law school, he received the 2010 Larry Kressel Memorial Scholarship as the school’s top student in Land Use law as well as an Environmental Law scholarship, and received Honors and Best Brief in a school-wide legal writing competition.
Michael specializes in business law, wills and trusts, real estate law, landlord-tentant law and land use law. His approach in these areas emphasizes intelligence, strategy, and quality. He values an open relationship with his clients, and is attentive to their concerns and goals.
Michael is a native of Tillamook, Oregon. While a student at Tillamook High School, he played basketball and football, and participated in track. Before attending law school, Michael and his wife, Taylor, climbed all 55 of the 14,000 ft. mountains in Colorado in 40 consecutive days to raise money for the Tillamook YMCA. Michael serves on the YMCA Board of Directors the last several years and is currently President. His interests include alpine and rock climbing, road and mountain biking, basketball, skiing, and traveling. Michael is also an avid photographer, and part of his photographic portfolio can be seen in the framed pictures at Albright Kittell PC and on his website at MK Wild.