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  • November 7
    Lewis & Clark Law Professor Ozan Varol was recently inducted into the  International Academy of Comparative Law  (IACL), a highly selective academy of scholars that was founded at The Hague following World War I. Only a few scholars are nominated from the United States each year.
  • Senator Betsy Johnson, '77
    January 16
    The Lewis & Clark Law School Distinguished Honors will recognize three alumni and one professor for their accomplishments and service to the law school and the community.
  • Barbara Safriet
    May 17
    Visiting professor Barbara Safriet — health law and policy expert who advocates for advanced practice nursing — is honored for extraordinary contributions to critical care and AACN mission, vision.
  • November 17
    Jordan Ramis Attorney Krista Evans Recognized by The Oregon New Lawyers Division
  • At the Mid-Atlantic Regional Competition
    March 5

    The Lewis & Clark Jessup Team for 2014 - comprised of Shane Barnes, Tristan Parker, Brendan Stabeno, Ali Ward and Spencer Wilson and coached by alum Dagmar Butte - was a semi-finalist in the Mid-Atlantic Regional where 22 teams and over 80 speakers competed for team and individual honors.

  • March 3
    Lewis & Clark brought home multiple awards from the 11th Annual National Animal Law Competitions held in Chicago, February 21-23, 2014.
  • February 26
    The Lewis & Clark School of Law Negotiation Team, Nathan Morales and Matthew Ring, won the title of National Champions at the ABA National Negotiation Competition in Chicago on February 8, 2014.
  • August 20
    The Global Law Committee is proud to announce the winners of the 2013 Davis Wright Tremaine International Law Writing Awards; Hannah P Fenley and Lia Comerford.
  • Matthias Fripp
    June 1
    Young Alumnus Award
    Matthias Fripp is a research fellow in renewable energy at the Environmental Change Institute and Exeter College, University of Oxford. He specializes in modeling the technical and economic performance of power systems with large shares of renewable energy, using quantitative analysis to go beyond preconceptions of the role that renewable energy can play. He holds a PhD and master’s degree from the Energy and Resources Group at the University of California at Berkeley.
  • February 1
    Donald G. Balmer Citation
    John Bates joined the faculty of Lewis & Clark as an associate professor in 1975; the next year, he was voted the Outstanding Faculty Member of the College of Arts and Sciences. Over three decades later, John and his wife, Susan, are still active at Lewis & Clark. John has served the institution in numerous ways during that time, including as a member of the Board of Trustees, chair of the Board of Trustees, member of the law school’s Board of Visitors, and as a life trustee.
  • February 1
    Distinguished Alumna Award
    Lisa Gaylord is director of strategic partnerships for the Wildlife Conservation Society in Washington, D.C. She has been involved with biodiversity conservation and environment programs since 1987, working for international governmental, development, and conservation organizations during her career. She is a leader in linking environment, economic growth, health, and governance issues through a comprehensive holistic approach.
  • February 1
    Distinguished Alumnus Award
    The late Rudolph P. Byrd graduated as the first African American recipient of the Rena Ratte Award. He went on to graduate studies at Yale University before beginning a distinguished career as a prolific scholar and beloved teacher at Emory University.
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