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On Saturday, May 19, 180 graduates received Juris Doctor degrees from Lewis and Clark Law School, while others earned Masters of Studies in Law degrees and LLMs in Animal Law and Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law.
The 22nd annual Lewis & Clark Law School 1L Mentor Program honored mentor Sean Clancy and mentee Sophie Von Bergen on April 4.
Six Lewis & Clark Law School alumni were appointed to the bench in 2017-18, plus Honorary Graduate Adrienne Nelson who was appointed to the Oregon Supreme Court.
Two international environmental policy conferences find many Lewis & Clark alums participating.
A number of Lewis & Clark Law School alumni and an adjunct professor are among those receiving recognition by the Oregon State Bar Annual Awards.
Oregon Women Lawyers (OWLS) recognized two Lewis & Clark Law School alumni Elisa Dozono ’06 and the Honorable Katherine Tennyson ’84, with their Roberts & Deiz Award (named for two alumni).
Earthrise, Lewis & Clark Law School’s environmental law clinic, is instrumental in settling a lawsuit regarding Oregon’s permit process for discharges of industrial stormwater.
The Animal Law Clinic is representing a local animal sanctuary, and using that experience to develop a legal tool kit for animal sanctuaries around the world.
Governor Brown Appoints Lewis & Clark Law Alumnus Raymond Crutchley to Deschutes County Circuit CourtJudge Raymond Crutchley ’99, was appointed by Governor Kate Brown to the Deschutes County Circuit Court earlier this month. He is the first African American to serve as a judge east of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains.
On March 2, two noted authorities on class action, Lewis & Clark professor Robert Klonoff and Columbia University professor John C. Coffee Jr., co-host a day-long CLE conference at Columbia University “Posner on Class Actions.”
April 30th, 2019
5:30pm - 7:30pm:
Recent Grad Council Graduation Happy Hour
Finals are over! Blow off some steam with your friends at Senate PDX!