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  • Matt Bergman '89 and daughter Madeline Bergman '19
    December 9
    A longtime supporter of the law school, Matt Bergman ’89 established the Bergman Family Scholarship this May, on the occasion of the graduation of his daughter, Madeline Bergman ’19.
  • October 26
    Emily Fullerton came to the law school after career chapters in graphic design and the food and beverage industry.
  • October 26
  • Jon Cole '76
    October 26
  • September 11
    The law school would not be the vibrant place it is today without the dedication of pro bono attorneys, mentors, prospective student interviewers, speakers, moot court judges, and more.
  • December 8
    We depend on a powerful network of hundreds of passionate and loyal volunteers who promote the mission and support many areas of Lewis &  Clark Law School through their coordinated efforts.
  • Jennifer Johnson and Dan D. Harmon '85
    December 8
    Entering law school with an engineering degree, Dan Harmon was, he says with a smile, both a bit brash and not very worldly. “I grew up in a small, conservative community of farmers and orchardists in central Washington. I thought Birkenstock was Oregon’s version of Woodstock.”
  • December 8
    After earning a bachelor’s degree in public affairs from Washington State University, Dmitriy Goloskinskiy undertook a multistate search for his ideal law school. He concluded Lewis & Clark Law School was it.
  • December 6
    Lewis & Clark Law School has a very rich tradition of supporting students and faculty—and that is because of donors like you.
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