Class of 1976 Celebrates Reunion at Schnitzer Residence
October 26, 2016
On October 15, forty-eight class members and their guests flooded the residence of Jordan Schnitzer to celebrate 40 years since graduation from Lewis & Clark Law School. Guests reminisced about law school days while touring the magnificent Schnitzer art collection.
Attendees shared wonderful memories of law school - one guest even remembered that Jordan was the first to find the “canned” outlines at Stevens-Ness in downtown Portland.
After a dinner of halibut and steak, Dean Jennifer Johnson spoke about the wonderful happenings at the law school. Schnitzer then led guests on a tour of the artwork in his home. The art included works by Warhol, Baldessari, and Hockney, among many others.
At the conclusion of the evening, Schnitzer sent guests home with a copy of John Baldessari: A Print Retrospective from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation.