Meet Our Faculty and Staff
Front row, from left: Nick Fromherz, visiting assistant professor; Janice Weis, associate dean and program director; Bill Funk, professor; Melissa Powers ’01, assistant professor; Craig Johnston ’85, professor and clinic director (Earthrise); Chris Wold ’90, associate professor and clinical director (IELP); Dan Rohlf, professor and of counsel (Earthrise); Erica Lyman ’05, staff attorney and clinical professor (IELP).
Second row, from left: Linda D’Agostino-Long, program assistant; Mike Blumm, professor; Karen Geon-Smith (former Exec. Dir. Earthrise); Aubrey Baldwin ’05, staff attorney and clinical professor (Earthrise).
Third row, from left: Lucy Brehm ’86, assistant program director. Tom Buchele, managing attorney and clinical professor (Earthrise); Susan Mandiberg, professor;
Not pictured: Allison LaPlante ’02, staff attorney and clinical professor (Earthrise); Kevin Cassidy, staff attorney (Earthrise).
The faculty members who teach in our environmental law program are distinctive in four ways:
First, while they include leading scholars in environmental and natural resources law, most do not limit themselves to these fields, but bring interest and involvement in related fields of law to their teaching as well.
Second, they seek to integrate issues of pollution control and resource allocation in their teaching.
Third, they bring to this task perspectives shaped by their wide experience.
Finally, they are all approachable human beings who have lives and interests beyond the law that they are happy to share with students.
For more information about Lewis & Clark Law School faculty, please visit our faculty directory.
In addition to full-time faculty and staff, the law school draws between ten and twenty adjunct faculty members per year from the region’s leading practitioners in environmental and natural resources law. The seminars they teach reflect their special expertise and practical experience.