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Volume 15, Number 1, Summer 2011

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    In his first Advocate Abridged On-Line Dean’s Message, Bob Klonoff discusses the school’s commitment to the evening program.  Says Klonoff, “We will continue to work on ensuring that a top-quality legal education is accessible to those who cannot attend law school full time. Our efforts in making changes to the evening program are designed to modernize it and to ensure that it operates with the greatest efficiency possible, in a way that best serves the needs of our students.  Our goal is to make this already superb program even stronger.”More >
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    Paul Clement will serve as the 2011 Hon. Anthony Kennedy Lecturer on September 15, 2011.  Following Clement’s remarks, the Law School will host a celebration of the 25th anniversary of Judge Diarmuid O’Scannlains’ appointment to the Ninth Circuit.More >
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    Jennifer Johnson will be installed as the new Erskine Wood, Sr. Professor of Law on Monday, October 24, 2011.  Alumni and friends of the Law are invited to attend her presentation entitled “Fleecing Grandma:  A Regulatory Ponzi Scheme?”More >
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    The Environmental Law Review invites you to attend their Fall 2011 symposium which will focus on 21st century water law issues.  This program is being held, in part, to commemorate the retirements of Professors Jim Huffman and Janet Neuman.More >
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    This fall, the Business Law Program will host the Fall Forum, speaker Marybeth Peters (former US Register of Copyrights), and the 13th annual Distinguished Intellectual Property Visitor.More >
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    Take a look at the Alumni Events coming up this fall!More >
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    In April, awards were presented to the Law School’s outstanding mentors for 2010-2011.More >
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    Lewis & Clark Law students perform a record number of pro bono and community service volunteer hours in 2010-2011.More >
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    Student moot court competitors were successful in a variety of competitions in 2011.More >
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    On April 15, 2011, over 90 attendees, including 60 Oregon and Washington attorneys, came together at the Law School to interact and learn about the future of Indigenous Peoples and the law in the international community.More >
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    Carol Hunstein, Chief Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court, served as the keynote speaker during the 3rd annual Hon. Betty Roberts Women in the Law Program, held on March 28, 2011.More >
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    Crystalling the Legacy: Stories and Reflections on the Accreditation Era of a Law School

    By Ron Lansing, Professor EmeritusMore >
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    This September, we welcome back the classes of 1961, 1971, 1981, 1991 & 2001 for a weekend of friends, fun, and memories.More >
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    One of the Law School’s most prestigious events, The Distinguished Honors Dinner, is scheduled for Saturday, October 1, 2011. The Distinguished Graduate Award will be presented to Charles ‘77 and Nancy ‘78 Tauman.   The Honorable Adrienne Nelson will be presented with the 2011 Distinguished Honorary Graduate Award. They will be joining an illustrious group of honorees, the first of which was honored in 1973. More >
  • Includes news received from December 1, 2010  – June 1, 2011. More >
  • Includes news received from December 1, 2010  – June 1, 2011. More >
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    Maryann Yelnosky-Smith and Nellie Barnard were honored this April at the 13th annual Joyce Ann Harpole awards presentation and reception. Oregon Supreme Court Justice Jack L. Landau ‘80 served as the featured speaker at the reception.More >
  • Includes news received from December 1, 2010  – June 1, 2011.More >

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