Each faculty member is assigned a legal assistant. The legal assistant with whom you work is your main office support person and a good resource for most of your questions about school procedures.
If your faculty legal assistant is not available, contact Rita Martinez, Director of Faculty Services (ext. 6852/ email@example.com) for help in coordinating your work load.
For evening legal assistance until 6:00 pm, contact Andy Marion (ext. 6790/ firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ronna Craig (ext. 6716/ email@example.com).
Text and Image Production Services (TIPS) assists with exam management, the production and editing of legal documents and manuscripts, classroom seating charts, and many additional tasks listed on their webpage. TIPS staff, Andy Marion (ext. 6790/ firstname.lastname@example.org) and Lisa Frenz (ext. 6663/ email@example.com) also work as legal assistants for the law school’s adjunct faculty.
Lewis & Clark Law School bookstore stocks course textbooks and materials. Faculty should order textbooks for their classes through the bookstore at least one month before the start of the term. If class material includes photocopied documents that are larger than 20 pages, copies should be made at the law school and sold through the bookstore to students at cost. The bookstore needs to receive photocopied class material at least two weeks before the start of the term. (For help with copying, ask your faculty legal assistant several weeks in advance.) The bookstore is located on the second floor of the Legal Research Center, near the courtyard door.
Stefanie Pickard, Budget & Bookstore Manager (ext. 6801/ firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Business Services office handles the financial operations of the law school, including expense reimbursements, vendor payments, and payroll. Business Services is located on the top floor of the Legal Research Center.
Lisa Garcia,Administrative Coordinator (ext.6802/ email@example.com) processes reimbursement requests.
The Computing Services staff will assist you with technology and media needs, which include the law school’s telephone system.
The Computing Services’ staff can be reached by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the “hotline” phone number (503-768-6644). Please be aware that even urgent requests can take up to several hours for a response. Computing Services is located in Wood Hall.
For photocopies of library materials, e-mail your request to email@example.com. Photocopies will be delivered to your mailbox in the faculty lounge or sent to you electronically.
The Duplicating Center is located on the top floor of the Legal Research Center.
The Facilities Department deals with the physical, day-to-day operations of the law school. Facilities handles office door keys, furniture, and temperature control. The Facilities office is located on the top floor of the Legal Research Center.
Kurt Armstrong, Facilities Manager (ext. 6833/ firstname.lastname@example.org)
For audiovisual equipment set up (laptop and projector for PowerPoint presentation), contact Reggie Raiford (ext. 6621 or email@example.com) or Ben Skaggs (ext. 6620 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Faculty mailboxes are located in the faculty lounge on the first floor of the Legal Research Center. Mail is delivered to the school and distributed daily.
Registration - Employees must register their vehicle(s) to park on campus. Directions for registering your vehicle can be found on Lewis & Clark’s website on the Transportation & Parking page.
Parking Permits - During the nine-month, academic year, the College charges for weekday parking between the hours of 7:00 am and 7:00 pm. Parking passes can be purchased online through Transportation & Parking. Daily passes can be purchased at the kiosk in the parking lot. Parking is free during the months of June, July, and August.
Purchase stamps, get change, arrange for packages and shipping, and send and receive faxes at the reception desk. Faxes and packages are delivered to the reception desk and distributed with the morning mail.
Sara Chambers, Receptionist (ext. 6603/ email@example.com)
- The link “WHAT DO YOU NEED?” lists a variety of things you might need and the people to whom you can turn for help.