News and Events
The campus of Lewis & Clark Law School welcomes prospective students to visit at a Fall Open House, November 3.
Dean Jennifer Johnson, serving as Dean of Lewis & Clark Law School since 2014, has announced she will step down at the end of August 2024.
82% of Lewis & Clark’s first-time bar takers passed the Oregon State Bar Exam in July, the highest pass rate in the state.
The BIPOC Mentorship Program’s 2023 Reception will be held on Sept. 28 at 6:00 p.m. in the Legal Research Center.
Over ⅓ of the 2022 graduates are employed in public-sector jobs, making Lewis & Clark third in the nation for graduates in public interest work post-graduation.
Yesenia Carrillo, a rising 3L law student and daughter of immigrants, reflects on her transformative journey at the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC), emphasizing the importance of cultural competence and the potential of law to empower and uplift marginalized communities.
Retired Judge Henry Breithaupt brings his wealth of experience in tax law to the Lewis & Clark Law School’s Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC), providing valuable guidance and strategies to legal interns as they assist low to moderate-income taxpayers and educate them on tax management practices to prevent future controversies.
A LITC legal intern successfully resolved an American Opportunity Tax Credit tax controversy, eliminating the client’s approximately $2,000 tax deficiency and showcasing the existence of flexibility within tax law.
The graduating class presented Professor Sandy Patrick with the Leo Levenson award for teaching which has significantly impacted the class.
Celebrated legal scholar Professor Robert Klonoff secures important role as he is elected to the American Law Institute Council.
Dr. Rajesh K. Reddy steps into a critical new role as an Assistant Professor of Animal Law at the Center for Animal Law Studies (CALS) at Lewis & Clark Law School.
Two 2023 grads win the Davis Wright Tremaine International Law Writing Award for 2023.
Four law students were named Lezak Social Justice Fellows in 2023, supporting their work for community organizations this summer.
Law student groups host timber exec and Native American forest management director to discuss forest management perspectives.
Lewis & Clark Law continues its trend of high employment totals, with over 92% employed total for 2022 graduates; of those, 98% are employed as attorneys or in jobs that require a JD.