Meet the Faculty

The Faculty at Lewis & Clark are unique and stand out in several important ways:

The Business Law Program is enriched by talented adjunct faculty who are prominent practitioners in their fields. They bring special expertise and their real world experience to the classroom, allowing us to complement our strong Business Law curriculum with innovative and timely substantive courses in everything from Elder Law and Sports Law to Advanced Corporate Tax and Retirement Plans.

Our Business Law Adjunct Faculty Include:

Nika Aldrich, Patent Law and Policy

Andrew Aubertine, Antitrust Law

Robert Banks, Advanced Business Law

Nathan Christensen, Law and Economics

Allison Condra, Food Law

Frank Curci, Technology Transfer/Licensing

Paul Ehrlich, Sports Law

Dan Eller, Advanced Tax

Dan Eller, Federal Tax Procedure

Michael Fuller, Consumer Protection Law

Steven Goebel, Business Principles for Lawyers

Justin Hobson, International Tax

Cynthia Jones, Insurance Law

Matthew Levin, Sports Law

Greg Levinson, Contract Drafting

Christopher Lewis, Patent Litigation

Jonathan Mansfield, Patent Litigation

Melissa May, Estate and Gift Tax

David Olson, Telecommunications Law

Robert Pardington, Worker’s Compensation

Matthew Phillips, Patent Prosecution

John Russell, Patent Prosecution

Penny Serrurier, Nonprofit Law

David Silverman, Information Privacy Law

Joshua Smith, Internship Practicum: Entrepreneurship and the Law

Lynn Stafford, Contract Drafting

Jon Summers, Practicum: Entrepreneurship and the Law

Tanya Durkee Urbach, Securities Regulation

Jeffrey Woller, Patent Prosecution

Jennifer Yruegas, Business Principles for Laywers