Lane Shetterly is a partner in the law firm Shetterly Irick and Ozias in Dallas, Oregon, where he began his law practice in 1981. From 2004 through August 2007, Lane was the director of the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development. Prior to that, Lane served seven years in the Oregon Legislature. He served as Speaker pro tem of the House from 2001 until he resigned to become DLCD director. Since 1998, he has been chair of the Oregon Law Commission, and was appointed by the Governor in 2005 to serve as a representative from Oregon on the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. In 2010 he received the Henry and Helen Graven Award for his contributions to community, church and society from Wartburg College, Iowa.
Lane was born in Dallas, Oregon. He graduated with honors from Western Oregon University (OCE) in 1977 with a BS in Education, and with honors from Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College, in 1981. He is married to Francine, and they have two children, Joel and Lauren.