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Thank You for Giving


It is donors like you who have made a positive impact on our alumni and the communities they serve. Although I was born in Cherkassy, Ukraine, I have lived in the Pacific Northwest for the majority of my life. As I begin my final year of law school, I am amazed at the path my life has taken and how donors like you, alumni and friends I have never met, have made such an impact on my life. In fact, my decision to attend Lewis & Clark Law School was based on the availability of philanthropic support — upon receiving notification of a scholarship, I immediately notified the admissions staff of my decision to attend the law school.

My first year was an amazingly positive experience. The professors are extremely friendly, outgoing and supportive. Being able to chat with a professor about both legal and personal matters, and receive honest feedback is something I had not experienced before. Second, the students are also so supportive, passionate, and intelligent. I heard many rumors of law students ripping out textbook pages and other horror stories regarding the cut-throat competition in law school. Instead, I am surrounded by extremely intelligent colleagues and have made many close friends.

As I finished my second year, I spent endless hours preparing and pouring over my scholarship applications, fully aware that the competition would be extreme. When I received my award letter, I was ecstatic and could not stop thinking about how fortunate I was. Because of donors like you, I walked around all day just smiling, not worried about how foolish I may have looked. Knowing that I will have additional funds going toward my tuition, provides a sense of relief and happiness. In addition, being selected for an award that factors in merit, contributions, and accomplishments provided me with the much needed inspiration to finish my second-year finals confident that others strongly believed in my potential.

Dmitriy Golosinskiy ’17 




Last year, Lewis & Clark Law School commemorated its Centennial Year by celebrating the past and creating a vision for the future.  Our future success as a nationally recognized law school is only possible because of gifts from alumni and friends like you, 



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  • The Giving Office is located in Legal Research Center on the Law Campus.


    voice 503-768-6646

    Assistant Dean for Development & External Relations
    Joset Grenon

    Director of Annual Giving

    Ross Imbler

    Development Coordinator
    Elizabeth Becker

    Office of Development
    10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd
    Portland, Oregon  97219