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Class of 2017

    • 02/20/2018

      Heather Fossity JD ’17 has joined Barran Liebman’s employment litigation team. Fossity has a diverse legal background representing Oregon employers.

    • 04/16/2018

      Josh Goldberg JD ’17 joined Barran Liebman. Goldberg represents employers and management in employment law litigation, and provides advice on a full range of employment law matters. After he earned his JD, Goldberg externed with the Honorable Ann Aiken, and served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Jerome LaBarre and the Honorable Andrew Lavin. Prior to law school, he served as a policy assistant for Governor Kate Brown JD ’85 during her tenure as Oregon’s secretary of state.

    • 10/30/2017

      Jarell Hunt JD ’17 has joined Tonkon Torp LLP as an associate in its business department. A Portland native, Hunt worked with the firm during the summer while a student. Prior to earning his law degree, he also worked for several years at M Holdings Securities, where he gained insight into the financial services sector and experience with broker dealers, registered investment advisors, and funds.

    • 11/26/2018

      Corin La Pointe-Aitchison JD ’17 has joined Galanda Broadman as an associate in the firm’s Seattle office. La Pointe-Aitchison’s practice focuses on litigation involving tribal governments and enterprises, as well as Indian civil rights.

    • The Medal of Honor: The Evolution of America’s Highest Military Decoration

      Dwight Mears JD ’17 recently celebrated the publication of The Medal of Honor: The Evolution of America’s Highest Military Decoration. Mears began the book as a capstone project for Lewis & Clark Law School’s Professors Tung Yin and William Funk, and completed it to honor of prisoners of war.

      Posted 11/14/2018
    • 03/12/2018

      Olivia Schneider Grabacki JD ’17 joined the business team of Portland law firm Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP as an associate. During law school, Schneider Grabacki served as a contracts teaching fellow, a peer mentor, and an extern for the Western Resources Legal Center. In 2015 and 2016, she worked as a law clerk for the Washington County District Attorney’s Office. In 2016, Schneider Grabacki participated in Miller Nash Graham & Dunn’s summer associate program, working on general business as well as environmental and natural resource litigation matters.

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