News From the Law School
The Criminal Justice Reform Clinic and PSU issue a report on Oregon’s parole system, recommending critical reforms.
Maintaining high LSAT scores from last year, the law school also sees diversity broadened, as nearly 30 percent of the 1L class self-identify as students of color.
Many incarcerated individuals did not receive their benefit. Students at the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic helped to resolve the issue.
The most recent issue of the Lewis & Clark Law Review features papers written by prominent legal scholars on “Rebuilding Democracy and the Rule of Law.”
The Fall Forum September 30 at the Lewis & Clark Law campus brings sports team reps, entertainment, gaming and legal experts to campus.
The 2nd annual event in March 2023 discusses how the law has been used to both perpetrate and combat antisemitism. The deadline for papers is October 1, 2022.
Professor Melissa Powers is recognized by peers as preeminent in the field of environmental law.
Román D. Hernández ’00, Riley Lagesen ’03, and Christine Tracey ’01 are the three newest additions to the Board of Visitors.
Professor Lydia Pallas Loren & colleagues work to clarify evolving copyright law.
The Oregon Supreme Court ruled that private medical entities operating in jails must follow state public accommodations laws.