Don’t wait! Hours are due by March 31, 2020 (deadline extended).
UPDATE: Please see our office hours below for changes on how to contact us until further notice.
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.
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.
The Animal Law Litigation Clinic, (ALLC) focuses on farmed animals. The clinic is the first and only clinic in the U.S. focused specifically on animal law litigation and on farmed animals. Lewis & Clark Law School is the only law school to host two animal law clinics.
We are still offering all of our same services as always - we’re just doing so remotely through the end of the semester. Whether we are working in our physical offices or remotely, all of our meetings with students will simply be performed via telephone or video conference. Here are some tips to make this process a little easier:
- Appointments: To schedule an appointment with your career adviser, continue to use the Appointments feature of Career Connect. We will send you specific connection instructions prior to the meeting time so that you can connect via phone or video conference. While it’s not the same as in person meetings, we can still “meet” with you and help you with career advice and counseling, mock interviews, resume and cover letter review discussions, and all the same things we would normally do in person.
- Resume and Cover Letter Reviews: The most effective way to have us review your application materials is to send them to us via email in Word. We will conduct an electronic review and send them back with our comments and suggested revisions. Then, if you would like further clarification, we can “meet” over the phone or video.
- Email and Phone Calls: As always, we welcome your email questions and phone calls about all things Career. Even if we are not in the office, messages are sent to our phone so leave a message and we will call you back as soon as we can.
- Urgent Issues: If you have an urgent question and need immediate attention, please call Devra’s cell phone 503-730-9521.
We look forward to continuing to work with you under these unique circumstances!
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.