Mackenzie’s practice involves a wide-range of practice areas, including construction services, personal injury and property damage, and business and commercial litigation.

Mackenzie also focuses on consumer financial services litigation, and has been involved with representing car dealerships, creditors, and collection agencies in cases involving the Oregon Unlawful Trade Practices Act (UTPA), the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), and other Oregon, Washington, and Federal acts and regulations.  Additionally, Mackenzie’s construction practice involves the representation of contractors, developers, and property owners in a variety of circumstances.

Prior to joining Cosgrave as an attorney, she was the 2020 summer law clerk at the firm. During law school, Mackenzie clerked with the Oregon Department of Justice, Child Advocacy Section and served as a judicial extern with Judge Stacie F. Beckerman at the United States District Court, District of Oregon.

Mackenzie earned her law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law, where she graduated Order of the Coif. While in law school, Mackenzie was a managing editor of the Oregon Law Review and a founding member of the Jewish Law Student Association. She graduated from Lewis and Clark College with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science.

Mackenzie is a member of the Oregon State Bar and Washington State Bar.



Outside of the office, Mackenzie enjoys spending time with her partner and their dog and cat, watching superhero movies, and tending to her ever growing collection of house plants.