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  • April 21
    Join the WLC and Dean Spence for the annual end-of-year brunch!
  • April 4
  • April 2
    On March 16, 2011, members of the Lewis and Clark Women’s Law Caucus mixed and mingled with the members of the Queen’s Bench (the Portland Chapter of Oregon Women Lawyers).  Martha Pellegrino, Director for Government Relations for the City of Portland gave a speech entitled, “How to Work a Room.”

    Pictures of the event are below.
     

  • March 15
    This year the PILP Auction raised a whopping 82,000 dollars to fund summer stipends! PILP’s mission is to contribute to the public interest by financially supporting students and graduates who choose fulfilling careers working for the public good. Throughout the academic year the board and many hard-working volunteers hold fundraising events, culminating in the annual Auction!
  • March 11
    NALSA is sponsoring the Columbia River Tribes Panel on April 11 @ 12 in Room 7 . Also we are sponsoring our careers in Indian Law panel on Tuesday March 15 @ 12 in Room 2. Our goals are to educate the Lewis & Clark Community about legal issues affecting Native American and Alaska Native communities, promote the study of Federal Indian law, and encourage interaction with local tribes.
  • March 10
    The Lewis & Clark Law School Chapter of th Federalist Society has hosted a great set of debates, panels, and speakers this year on topics such as Citizens United v. FEC, school vouchers, immigration, health care, and climate change. We’ve had 650+ people attend our 11 events and enjoy free lunch at our events this year (including 125 people at our Citizens United event). We sent a few of our students to Charlottesville, Virginia for the National Student Symposium this year (all travel and lodging expenses paid) where they were able to meet and sit in on a discussion with Clarence Thomas. We aren’t done yet! 
  • March 8
    ACS is sponsoring a Spring Speaker Series. American Constitution Society (ACS) is a national organization of law students, law professors, judges, practicing lawyers and others.  The Lewis & Clark Law School chapter was jointly founded in August 2003 by law students and professors who were interested in revitalizing and transforming legal debate both on campus and beyond.
  • March 3
    How to post on the SBA Student Groups blog
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