Colleen O. Muñoz counsels and represents management clients on labor and employment law matters.

Prior to joining Littler, Colleen practiced at a Portland, Oregon law firm where she focused on civil litigation, including employment law, real property law, and fiduciary litigation.

While in law school, Colleen was an article editor for the Lewis & Clark Law Review, and published an article dissecting the categorical approach to contested deportation proceedings. Colleen also clerked for Federal Magistrate Judge Stacie F. Beckerman in the U.S. District Court, District of Oregon, where she researched and drafted judicial opinions related to employment discrimination and harassment claims, and FMLA claims. Colleen also volunteered with Innovation Law Lab to assist detained individuals in presenting their asylum claims, and clerked at Passage Immigration Law. She attended the evening program and continued to work in her community throughout law school.

After earning her undergraduate degree as a student-athlete, Colleen spent several years working at local law firms as a litigation legal assistant and paralegal assisting attorneys in general civil litigation matters.

Professional & Community Affiliations


Oregon State Bar Association


Washington State Bar Association


American Bar Association


Oregon Women Lawyers


Multnomah Bar Association


Named, All-American Women’s Lacrosse

Robert Morris University

News, Analysis & Press

A Check on Our Justice System

Pro Bono Spotlight, Multnomah Lawyer

September 2021

Reevaluating the Adjudication of Crimes Involving Moral Turpitude

24 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 325


Books & Book Chapters

  • Oregon Civil Pleading and Litigation, Co-Author, 2020


  • J.D., Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College, 2019cum laude
  • B.A., Robert Morris University, 2012cum laude

Bar Admission



  • U.S. District Court, District of Oregon