The Office of Alumni Relations provides a variety of information and services to assist our graduates worldwide. We hope you maintain a life-long association with your alma mater by participating in programs and events that we host.
Update Your Information with myLC
Lewis & Clark Law School is invested in your success! In order to stay connected with you, please register with myLC, our online Alumni Directory, to update your personal information, new jobs, addresses, and emails. This portal allows us to provide you with access to resources, networking events, and our annual magazine with news about the law school.
Alumni Access to Job Postings
Alumni can search and apply for jobs using our online database, Career Connect.
To request access to Career Connect, e-mail Law School Career Services at email@example.com and provide your name, current e-mail, program (JD Full-time, JD Part-time, LLM), and Graduation Month and Year. Career Services will send you instructions on how to sign into your new account.
In August, Angela Franco Lucero ’03 was appointed to the Multnomah County Circuit Court by Governor Kate Brown ’85
On May 18, 2019, over 150 graduates received their Juris Doctor degrees, with eight graduates receiving a Master of Studies in Law, and seventeen earning a Masters of Law degree in Animal Law or Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law. Fifty-seven students earned academic honors and thirty-five were inducted into the Cornelius Honor Society, noting their commitment to the law school community.
The Honorable Judge McShane’88 gave a most memorable commencement speech May 18, 2019 at Lewis & Clark Law School.Here is the text of that speech.
Lewis & Clark Law School’s 2017-18 employment statistics show 89.89% of 2018 graduates as currently employed, with a near-term start date, or pursuing LLM degrees or further graduate education, making Lewis & Clark one of the top law schools in the Pacific Northwest for employment outcomes.