At Lewis & Clark Law School, career and professional development is an integrated part of each student’s law school curriculum and experience from the very start. Career Services works directly with students beginning in their first year to help them launch their legal careers. Our students and graduates gain real-life skills and experiences to apply to their career path. Through our innovative Foundations of Professional Practice programming, individual career counseling, Career Connect software, job postings, and connections with an extensive network of alums and legal employers, our students and graduates gain real-life experiences that prepare them to enter the legal workforce.
Log in, or create a profile below, on Career Connect. Students and Alumni can search and apply to job postings, receive customized daily updates, register for events, and build their experience profile. Employers can post jobs for attorneys, new graduates, or students at no cost.
In the winter issue of preLaw magazine, Lewis & Clark Law School is given an A+ for its environmental law program and A- for Diversity.
Sarah Lora, a new clinical professor for the law school, will lead the Lewis & Clark Law School Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) starting in June 2019, replacing beloved faculty member Jan Pierce, who is retiring after 19 years of clinic leadership.
Professor Bob Klonoff delivered some 240 pounds of law books to the Royal University of Law and Economics in Phnom Penh, Cambodia - all donated by the Lewis & Clark law faculty. He also assists law students with externships in Cambodia.
Monday-Thursday 9:00 am -5:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
*These hours may vary during the summer and winter break. Appointments outside office hours are available upon request.
E-mail us your most recent resume prior to your appointment. August, September, January, and February are typically busy, so plan ahead.