About Me

Kayla K. Long, Owner

Kayla LongKayla Korish Long has made Tillamook County her home since October, 2001.  She was admitted to the Oregon State Bar in April, 2001.  She has been practicing criminal law in Tillamook County since 2001.

Professional Background

  • Sole practitioner, Kayla K. Long, LLC (2017 to present)
  • Partner in the firm of McIntosh & Long, PC (2013 to 2017)
  • Associate attorney in the firm of Campbell & Popkin (2011 to 2013)
  • Deputy District Attorney, Tillamook County District Attorney’s Office (2001 to 2011)


Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Portland State University, 1995.
Doctor of Jurisprudence, Willamette University College of Law, 2000.


  • Oregon State Bar Association
  • Criminal Law Section of the Oregon State Bar
  • Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
  • Tillamook County Bar Association
  • American Association of University Women


The government has the power to remove one’s children, property, liberty and life.  Anyone who has been charged with a crime deserves zealous, intelligent, honest, thorough representation.

Ms. Long is uniquely experienced to guide her clients through the criminal process as she has experienced the practice of law as a prosecutor and a defense attorney.

As a Tillamook County Deputy District Attorney, she prosecuted criminal cases ranging from minor misdemeanor offenses to major, complicated felony matters, including homicides.  While at the District Attorney’s office she received specialized training in trial presentation and cross-examination at the National Advocacy Center in Columbia, South Carolina.

Ms. Long only practices criminal defense.  She is well versed in criminal law and criminal procedure. Over her tenure practicing criminal law, she has tried hundreds of cases. She is most comfortable when in front of a judge or jury fighting for her clients’ rights.

Ms. Long strives to provide her clients with the best representation.  Ultimately, it is her job to hold the government accountable as no one should be convicted of a crime unless and until the government proves the case beyond a reasonable doubt.


Ms. Long lives in Pacific City with: her husband  (Andy); two dogs (Lucy and Rizzo); and a cat with a bad attitude, appropriately named, Felon.