Meagan Masten practices in the areas of municipal law, business, and real estate matters. She is experienced at providing a full spectrum of legal services including drafting commercial and real estate transactions, advising on current COVID-19 legislation for employers and lenders, and counseling municipalities and water supply districts on a range of issues from elections to board requirements.

Meagan also has substantial experience in siting and developing large-scale industrial projects. Her practice includes federal and state regulatory law including energy facility siting, compliance with Federal Aviation Administration requirements, and local land use authorizations. Meagan has advised clients regarding authorizations required under the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, Coastal Zone Management Act, and state environmental permitting regulations, including Oregon’s Removal-Fill laws. She is a detailed, motivated and business-focused attorney.

Meagan joined Bryant, Lovlien & Jarvis in 2020. She previously practiced law at Perkins Coie and served as in-house counsel for a publicly traded company in Portland, Oregon.

Professional Experience

Oregon State Bar

Association of Corporate Counsel
Member 2019-2020

Oregon Women Lawyers
Cascade Division, Secretary 2013-2014

Rotary International Exchange Student
Germany 1998-1999

Admitted to Practice

Oregon State Courts


Ed Sullivan Land Use Fellow
Included clerkships at the Land Use Board of Appeals, Clackamas County Counsel, and private practice. 2011-2012


Willamette University College of Law, Juris Doctor (2012)
Western Washington University, B.A. Environmental Studies (2005)


Outside the office Meagan enjoys outdoor adventures and spending time with friends and family.