Women's Law Home
The purpose of the Women’s Law Caucus is to bring together the community of Lewis and Clark students interested in exploring the wide spectrum of legal issues affecting women. The WLC also promotes women in the law by providing support and encouragement to students, enhancing ties with the community, and empowering future female leaders who will work toward the advancement of women’s legal rights.
Who We Are
2012 - 2013 Officers
Courtney is a third year student interested in tax law and criminal law, and is currently working as a law clerk at the United States Attorney’s Office. In her free time, Courtney enjoys reading novels, rooting for the Timbers, and going on runs with her overly energetic pug.
Jamie is a second year student interested in practicing some crossover of business, health, and employment law in the Portland area. Jamie is a self-proclaimed tv/movie fanatic and an extraordinary foodie. She’s not afraid to say that Portland has the best food in the country. In her free time, Jamie enjoys playing with her adorable boxer puppy and traveling.
Maxine is a 2L focused on family law, domestic violence work, and alternative dispute resolution. She is working for St. Andrew Legal Clinic, assisting low income clients in all matters of family law. In her free time, she likes to hike and play boardgames, in particular Settlers of Catan.