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  • October 27

    The Richard J. Peppin Scholarship for Animal Rights is an endowed scholarship established by Rich Peppin to recognize students dedicated to advocating for the rights of animals. Recipients of this scholarship must be committed vegans and demonstrate their dedication to animal rights through law school and extracurricular activities.

  • January 20
    Named for Steven Manas who died in a kayaking accident in his third year of law school, this annual scholarship is awarded to an outstanding upper-division student in environmental law.
  • January 20
    Named for Judge Roosevelt Robinson, a graduate of Lewis & Clark Law School and a beloved community leader. This endowed fund provides at least one scholarship per year to a current student who will contribute to the ethnic diversity of the Oregon Bar or who has a demonstrated interest in and commitment to increasing the ethnic diversity of the Oregon Bar and who has shown strong academic performance and demonstrated financial need.
  • January 20
    This scholarship was created by faculty, alumni and friends to honor long-time staff member Pat Kraske. The scholarship is open to non-traditional aged female law students.
  • January 20
    Neva Elliott, one of few female students at Lewis & Clark at the time of her attendance, worked for the law school and attended classes at night. She graduated in 1935. Ms. Elliott expressed her appreciation to the law school by establishing an endowed scholarship.
  • January 20
    The Jane Wiener Scholarship Fund was established in 1985 to recognize Jane Wiener, a 1974 graduate of the Law School. The scholarship is intended to provide support to law students with physical disabilities.
  • January 20
    The Helping Hand Scholarship was established by an anonymous alumni who graduated from law school with a profound respect for fellow students that juggled their studies and raising small children. The Helping Hand Scholarship is available to current students who are single parents with children under the age of 18 and special consideration is given to students with children under the age of six. This award is typically given to more than one student each year.
  • January 20
    Named after alumna Joyce Ann Harpole J.D. ’79 this award is presented to a current law school student who embodies the qualities of Mrs. Harpole - a dedication to his or her legal studies and to the pursuit of justice while maintaining a sense of balance among career, family, and community and a dedication to his or her legal studies. Recipients are nominated by their peers.
  • January 20
    These scholarships are funded through the generosity of the Gantenbein Society, a group of individuals who annually contribute $5,000 or more to the Law School. The scholarship is intended for students who have completed their first year of law school and have a record of outstanding performance. Each recipient receives an award of $5,000 and has a demonstrated record of good citizenship both within the law and in the greater community.
  • January 20

    An international law writing competition initiated in 1987 for Lewis & Clark law students, which carries a $2,000 cash award. Find out more.

  • January 20
    This scholarship seeks to perpetuate the values embraced by Candise DuBoff-Jones, a 1977 graduate of Lewis & Clark Law School. Students may apply in their second or third year of law school. The awards are granted to students who have a passion for the law, financial need, scholarly achievement and a demonstrated commitment to his or her school, profession and community. This award is typically given to more than one student each year.
  • January 20
    Created in memory of a law student, the recipients are to have a strong interest in public service and a work ethic that does not place personal gain as a first priority.  Recipients must show a willingness to use their legal skills to help others in trouble and in need of a champion of their cause. Additionally, when possible, the award is to go to students from the state of Washington who have an intention to practice there.
  • January 20
    This award honors the memory of Andrea Swanner Redding who graduated first in her class in 1986. Ms. Swanner Redding also served as Assistant Dean of Career Services at the law school at the time of her passing in 1996. She was also very active in Oregon State and Multnomah County Bar activities, National Association for Law Placement and Oregon Woman Lawyers.
  • January 20
    Awarded annually to a current student who exemplifies the qualities of professional dedication and intellectual insight that Al Hein brought to the study and advancement of labor law in Oregon.
  • January 20
    The Alumni Board of Directors is comprised of dedicated alumni who continue to contribute to the Law School through personal and financial support. A current student is selected for this scholarships based on financial need, community involvement, scholarly achievement and plans for staying involved with the Law School after graduation.
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