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February 8th, 2019

  • All Day: Entrepreneurs in the Food Chain
    Innovation at the Intersection of Investment, Entrepreneurship & the Law
    A one-day forum for food entrepreneurs, lawyers and law students to share strategies for overcoming the challenges that food entrepreneurs face as they navigate a daunting, complex maze of laws and regulations.

February 5th, 2019

  • 12:10pm - 1:10pm: Oregon Tax Court Information Session
    The Tax Court is not just about tax. Get the inside scoop from current clerks and judges about their experiences working for the Oregon Tax Court, landing an externship or post-graduate judicial clerkship with the court, and the ways a judicial clerkship can help advance your career.

February 4th, 2019

  • 12:10pm - 1:10pm: Equal Justice Works Information Session

    A representative from Equal Justice Works will provide an overview of its programs geared towards mobilizing the next generation of public interest lawyers. This includes details about postgraduate Fellowships and tips for navigating the application process, summer funding opportunities through AmeriCorps JD & Rural Summer Legal Corps, details on the national Conference & Career Fair and more. They will also information on resources for guidance in managing your student debt as your pursue these opportunities.

February 2nd, 2019

  • All Day: NW Public Service Career Fair
    For over two decades, the NW Public Service Career Fair has linked law students & alumni with opportunities to make a difference. More than 75 non-profits & government offices participate each year. With information tables and pre-scheduled interviews in both Seattle and Portland, public service employers find student interns, externs, summer law clerks, volunteers, and attorneys.

January 29th, 2019

  • 4:30pm - 5:15pm: Externships - Informal Information Session
    If you are considering undertaking a summer (or later) externship, please join Associate Dean Libby Davis for this informal information session. Dean Davis will go over the process of applying for externship credits, what to expect from an externship, and how to go about securing an externship.
  • 12:15pm - 1:00pm: Externships - Informal Information Session
    If you are considering undertaking a summer (or later) externship, please join Associate Dean Libby Davis for this informal information session. Dean Davis will go over the process of applying for externship credits, what to expect from an externship, and how to go about securing an externship.
  • NOW is the time to begin reviewing the job postings, researching participating employers, preparing your materials, and marking your calendars for Fall Recruitment.
  • Lewis & Clark Law School Sunderland Plaza
    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.
  • Professor Sarah Lora

    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.

  • In the winter issue of preLaw magazine, Lewis & Clark Law School is given an A+ for its environmental law program and A- for Diversity.
  • Professor Klonoff with 240 pounds of donated law casebooks, and his Cambodian students.
    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) opens fall 2019 with a focus 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.
  • An artist's rendering of John MacMorris-Adix making oral arguments before the US District Court J...
    John MacMorris-Adix, a 3L Low Income Tax Clinic intern, made an oral argument on an issue of first impression in the U.S. District Court in a case which has garnered national attention.
  • A rich tradition at DWT continues and gets a boost, as the 2019 International Law Writing Competition awards are increased.  April 18 is the deadline for submission of papers.

  • Professor Lisa Benjamin
    Professor Lisa Benjamin, the newest faculty member of Lewis & Clark Law School has been appointed as a member of the Compliance Committee of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
  • Honored Judges with law student presenters.
    First-year law students helped the Diversity Section of the Oregon State Bar honor seven judges -- five of them affiliated with the law school in some way -- for bringing diversity to the bench.

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March 20th, 2019

March 15th, 2019

March 6th, 2019

February 8th, 2019

  • All Day: Entrepreneurs in the Food Chain
    Innovation at the Intersection of Investment, Entrepreneurship & the Law
    A one-day forum for food entrepreneurs, lawyers and law students to share strategies for overcoming the challenges that food entrepreneurs face as they navigate a daunting, complex maze of laws and regulations.

February 5th, 2019

  • 12:10pm - 1:10pm: Oregon Tax Court Information Session
    The Tax Court is not just about tax. Get the inside scoop from current clerks and judges about their experiences working for the Oregon Tax Court, landing an externship or post-graduate judicial clerkship with the court, and the ways a judicial clerkship can help advance your career.

February 4th, 2019

  • 12:10pm - 1:10pm: Equal Justice Works Information Session

    A representative from Equal Justice Works will provide an overview of its programs geared towards mobilizing the next generation of public interest lawyers. This includes details about postgraduate Fellowships and tips for navigating the application process, summer funding opportunities through AmeriCorps JD & Rural Summer Legal Corps, details on the national Conference & Career Fair and more. They will also information on resources for guidance in managing your student debt as your pursue these opportunities.

February 2nd, 2019

  • All Day: NW Public Service Career Fair
    For over two decades, the NW Public Service Career Fair has linked law students & alumni with opportunities to make a difference. More than 75 non-profits & government offices participate each year. With information tables and pre-scheduled interviews in both Seattle and Portland, public service employers find student interns, externs, summer law clerks, volunteers, and attorneys.

January 29th, 2019

  • 4:30pm - 5:15pm: Externships - Informal Information Session
    If you are considering undertaking a summer (or later) externship, please join Associate Dean Libby Davis for this informal information session. Dean Davis will go over the process of applying for externship credits, what to expect from an externship, and how to go about securing an externship.
  • 12:15pm - 1:00pm: Externships - Informal Information Session
    If you are considering undertaking a summer (or later) externship, please join Associate Dean Libby Davis for this informal information session. Dean Davis will go over the process of applying for externship credits, what to expect from an externship, and how to go about securing an externship.

News

  • NOW is the time to begin reviewing the job postings, researching participating employers, preparing your materials, and marking your calendars for Fall Recruitment.
  • Lewis & Clark Law School Sunderland Plaza
    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.
  • Professor Sarah Lora

    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.

  • In the winter issue of preLaw magazine, Lewis & Clark Law School is given an A+ for its environmental law program and A- for Diversity.
  • Professor Klonoff with 240 pounds of donated law casebooks, and his Cambodian students.
    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) opens fall 2019 with a focus 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.
  • An artist's rendering of John MacMorris-Adix making oral arguments before the US District Court J...
    John MacMorris-Adix, a 3L Low Income Tax Clinic intern, made an oral argument on an issue of first impression in the U.S. District Court in a case which has garnered national attention.
  • A rich tradition at DWT continues and gets a boost, as the 2019 International Law Writing Competition awards are increased.  April 18 is the deadline for submission of papers.

  • Professor Lisa Benjamin
    Professor Lisa Benjamin, the newest faculty member of Lewis & Clark Law School has been appointed as a member of the Compliance Committee of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
  • Honored Judges with law student presenters.
    First-year law students helped the Diversity Section of the Oregon State Bar honor seven judges -- five of them affiliated with the law school in some way -- for bringing diversity to the bench.

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