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  • July 30
    Now in its third year, the Foundations of Professional Practice course teaches students skills both to navigate law school and to create a solid professional identity. The course, proposed and developed by Professor of Lawyering Sandy Patrick, is a required course for all first-year students.
  • Oustanding Mentee: Chloe Williams
    July 22
    The 24th annual Lewis & Clark Law School 1L Mentor Program honored mentors Elizabeth Savage ’14 and Ryan Kunkel ’15 with the Andrea Swanner Redding Award. Mentees Chloe Williams ’22 and Jenna Richards ’22 both received the Outstanding Mentee of the Year Award. This year, the in-person ceremony was canceled due to COVID-19.
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