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Alcohol Use Approval Application (Law School)

  1. Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) licensed servers are required for distribution of alcoholic beverages at Lewis & Clark events.
  2. Alcoholic beverages may consist of wine, beer and champagne only and must be served by an OLCC licensed server. The licensed OLCC server may terminate alcohol served at any time.
  3. Non-alcoholic beverages (including, but not exclusively, water) and at least two types of substantial food must be available at all times in all locations where alcohol is consumed or sold. Providing high-protein, low-salt food is encouraged.
  4. If payment/purchase of alcoholic beverages is required, or if donations of money are accepted for alcohol or for entry/admission, or for any product or service, a Temporary Sales License (TSL) from the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) may be needed. In this case the Applicant must obtain the TSL well in advance of the proposed event (the OLCC requires a minimum of 10 business days to process Temporary Sales License applications).
  5. Be sure to complete all items, and in particular, include your Reservation Number (located on your room confirmation email) as this verifies that you have reserved on-campus space for your event.
  6. Bon Appetit does not provide OLCC licensed servers for events it does not cater.
  7. Identification shall be checked for all guests who appear to be under 26 years of age.
  8. Security may be required, at the Applicant’s expense, for events where minors may be in attendance or when deemed necessary by law school administration.
  9. The Applicant understands and agrees that the completion and submission of this application is not binding until accepted by the designated official at the law school.
*OLCC permit must be on file in Law Events Office (Gantenbein) no less than 5 business days before Event date.

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