*Holly C. Rudolph, ’10 – Coordinates development of interactive forms for self-represented litigants for the Oregon Judicial Department in Salem, OR. Rudolph’s work in developing the interactive forms is in preparation for the shift toward expanded online access to court function. She has produced several writings on equine law, including a presentation for the National Equine Law Conference in Lexington, KY.
Rudolph graduated summa cum laude from Rutgers University, and worked in the health care field for over twelve years before coming to Lewis and Clark. She graduated with a Criminal Law and Procedure certificate. While at Lewis and Clark, Holly was a Dean’s Fellow, a research assistant, associate editor of Animal Law Review, and a Student Bar Association representative on both the Alumni Board and the Curriculum Committee. She also served as Assistant Conference Coordinator for the National Animal Law Conference, President of the International Law Society, and Vice President of the Jewish Law Society. Rudolph also clerked for the Animal Legal Defense Fund, and is a member of the Cornelius Honor Society.
Rudolph lives in the Portland area with her son Jacob, and their cat Gozer. In her spare time, she enjoys riding horses, camping, kayaking, taking in movies with her son (preferably horror films!), and cooking with friends.