Enhance your summer by studying law at beautiful Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon!
Quick Link: Summer 2021 Courses
Courses are open to law students, lawyers, and college graduates interested in law. Housing is available on-campus or in nearby neighborhoods.
SPECIAL NOTE: Summer classes may vary each week, so you MUST check WebAdvisor to see the EXACT dates on which class will be held. Visiting students may use WebAdvisor to check for specific class dates by clicking through and using the Prospective Students link on the login page. Then choose Search for Sections, and select Law - Summer 2021 as the Term and Law as the Subject.
SUMMER EXAMS: Read the Summer Exam page CAREFULLY! Summer School exam dates vary depending on the specific class. You are responsible for being aware of potential exam dates when you register for classes. The last potential exam date in Session I is July 6, 2021. The last potential exam date in Session II is August 9, 2021. Do not make travel plans without knowing when your last exam may be.
Spend your summer in beautiful Portland, Oregon while studying with some of the best animal law professors and earning credit towards your JD Lewis & Clark Law School has the only summer intensive animal law program.
Please direct inquiries to Lindsay Kadish of the Center for Animal Law Studies at email@example.com.
Please note: Prospective visiting students should apply for financial aid at their home institutions as soon as possible. Classes are open to visiting students and auditors. Classes may be taken for credit, audit, or audit with a certificate. Auditing students must first receive permission to register and enrollment depends on space availability.
For e-mail updates about Animal Law, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Students from accredited law schools looking for law school credit, U.S. lawyers who would like to audit courses for CLE credit, international lawyers and graduates of baccalaureate institutions wishing to audit courses in their area of interest are all welcome to come and take our courses while enjoying our beautiful city and campus.
If you’d like more information about any of the Environmental Summer courses, contact Assistant Director Lucy Brehm at email@example.com or 503-768-6882
We invite you to join us for a unique opportunity to study Federal Indian law this summer at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. This program offers exciting study, travel, and discovery opportunities combining substantive courses in Indian Law with several field studies in Indian Country. Two five-week sessions with evening classes, along with one, two-week intensive, allow participants to take several classes during all or part of the summer, or take advantage of the other summer school courses offered at Lewis & Clark Law School.
For specific questions about the Lewis & Clark Indian Law Summer Program, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer 2021 tuition is $1,915 per credit hour. Auditors not receiving a certificate, alumni, and government or nonprofit employees receive tuition discounts. Check with the registrar for specific amounts.
Financial aid is available. Students should apply for aid as early as possible in the spring semester. Special rules apply to the distribution of summer school aid. Lewis & Clark students should contact Financial Aid, at 503-768-7090 or email@example.com. Visiting students should contact the financial aid office at their home school.
No financial aid is available for auditing students.
Visiting students and auditors must submit a $150 nonrefundable deposit with their registration.
Lewis & Clark law students can register directly through WebAdvisor. Visiting students and auditors must submit a registration form, and a $150 non-refundable deposit to the Registrar’s office. Click here for information about our registration and application requirements.
Dates & Deadlines
Summer registration opens in February 2021. Lewis & Clark students may add and drop summer school classes online through May 31, 2021. After that date, all add and drop transactions must be done through the registrar’s office.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.