News From the Law School
Law student Monet Gonnerman’s article, “To the States: Reflections on Jones v. Mississippi,” was published in Harvard Law Review.
Professor Michele Okoh, with experience as both a prosecutor and a defense attorney, will be teaching criminal law in the fall. Her scholarly research examines the intersection of criminal justice, environmental justice and public health.
Lewis & Clark Law visiting professor highlights the need for better legal advocacy prosecuting and convicting international crimes against girls—as children and as women—to promote equality in rights and reparations.
Experienced in law and technology, patent law, business law, and property, Professor Tabrez Ebrahim is a welcome addition to the Lewis & Clark faculty.
Amy Schlusser JD ’13 LLM ’14 is named as commissioner with the influential state environmental body that oversees the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ).
Professor Chris Wold’s report has global repercussions as it uncovers how large international fishing vessels confine workers onboard with no way to leave.
Three law reviews for animal law, environmental law, and multi-subject publish compelling editions.
Professors Benjamin and Powers join others to discuss goals for climate action and how COP26 outcomes delivered on promises made.
Five 1Ls named as Multnomah Bar Association 2021-22 Fellows to diversify the Oregon Bar.