Visiting Scholar Programs
Campus life at Lewis & Clark is enriched by the presence of environmental visiting scholars. Each fall, a Natural Resources Law Institute Distinguished Environmental Visitor, drawn from the scholarly luminaries of the field, visits campus for a few days to share his or her area of expertise with Lewis & Clark law students and to deliver a lecture on a timely and provocative environmental issue.
At this time, the Natural Resources Law Institute is not funding a resident Distinguished Environmental Scholar.
The law school also welcomes environmental law professors from other countries as Visiting International Scholars to research U.S. environmental law for time periods from one week to one year. Visiting International Scholars have access to law school events, classes, and research facilities while working on major research projects. At this time the environmental law program is not accepting applications for Visiting International Scholars.
For more information about any of our visiting scholar programs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 768-6784.