News and Events
The Center for Business Law and Innovation (CBLI) kicked off its Nike speaker series with a discussion on sustainability and career pathways.The Center for Business Law & Innovation connects law students with practicing attorneys and real world situations.
Professor Ebrahim explores the interface between bioethics and patent law, with colleagues in Jordan at the Jordan University of Science and Technology.
The September 8 Fall Forum on Data in Business & Society will feature topics at the intersection of law and digital governance, data privacy, and artificial intelligence.
Low Income Taxpayer Clinic director Professor Sarah Lora co-authors a book for the American Bar Association to provide guidance on tax and immigration issues.
Professor Samir Parikh spearheaded a symposium hosted by the University of Pennsylvania Law Review that explored private equity’s shadowed practices in distressed debt markets.
Professor Samir Parikh was admitted as a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy. He is one of only 60 law professors in the group.The Small Business Legal Clinic has a new director: Alumna Juliana Minn.
Many incarcerated individuals did not receive their benefit. Students at the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic helped to resolve the issue.
The Fall Forum September 30 at the Lewis & Clark Law campus brings sports team reps, entertainment, gaming and legal experts to campus.
Professor Lydia Pallas Loren & colleagues work to clarify evolving copyright law.
Professor Samir Parikh takes a leading role in formulating solutions for mass tort victims, writing about headline cases with Purdue Pharma, Johnson & Johnson and more.The Center for Business Law and Innovation (CBLI) sent two students to the West Coast Bankruptcy Roundtable co-hosted by Lewis & Clark & USC Gould Law.“Sustainable Protein: The Legal, Business, and Ethical Dimensions” are explored in a free webinar jointly hosted by the Center for Business Law and Innovation (CBLI) and the Center for Animal Law Studies (CALS).
Past EventsSeptember 8, 2023March 10, 2023
The Data Privacy Group (DPG) and the Center for Business Law and Innovation (CBLI) welcome you back to Lewis & Clark Law School for the 4th Annual Data Privacy Forum!
This year’s panels focus on privacy and ethics.November 11, 2022“DPG Explore” is a career exploration series that brings attorneys from diverse backgrounds and practices to speak about their career paths and provide practical advice on entering the privacy, security, or information governance legal fields.
Our first “DPG Explore” speaker is Stoel Rives attorney Nathan Morales.
Nathan is an experienced trial and appellate attorney who has successfully briefed and argued in the Oregon Court of Appeals, Oregon Supreme Court, and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Food will be provided. Please RSVP at email@example.com so we can get an accurate head count.