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Diversity on the Bench: CLE & Reception hosted by ACS, OWLS, and the OSB!
Friday, Feb. 8th, 2019, 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. | Federal District Courthouse, Portland

  • Road to the Bench: Judges Share Their Stories, 2:00-3:00 pm
  • Closing the Gavel Gap: Why Diversity on the Bench Is Important & How to Make It Happen, 3:00-4:00 pm 
  • Recognition of Judges by OSB Diversity Section, 4:00 pm followed by reception

Student tickets are FREE with RSPV (


November 6th - Midterm Election Viewing Party & Trivia Event with PILP
Bare Bones Bar, 7-9pm
ACS is partnering with PILP to host a night of trivia and midterm election watching. Come watch the election results and enjoy a night of fun and food! Trivia starts at 7pm, arrive early to get a table. To sign up for trivia (team of 4-6), grab some friends and sign up at Contact  

October 18th - ACS Study Skills Session
Wood Hall, Room 8, 12:10pm
Are you an overwhelmed 1L? A stressed-out 2L? A parent, part-time student, or person with minimal time for law school studying? Do you want to improve your grades, become law-review eligible, or get to the top of you class? If so, you can’t miss this session. ACS President and 3L Zach Nelson will share his studying tricks and help you study effectively. Free Bellagios pizza will be served. Contact for more information. 

September 18th - SCOTUS Preview Panel
Curious about the future of our constitutional rights? Want free pizza with great discussion? Join the Lewis & Clark chapter of the American Constitution Society as we host a panel to discuss the Supreme Court’s upcoming cases, Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation, and the future of constitutional law on September 18th at 12:10pm in Room 1. The panel includes Professors Oleske, Funk, and Huffman, along with Mat dos Santos of the ACLU of Oregon. Professor Klonoff will be moderating. Bring your questions, your concerns, and your appetite. For more information, contact


March 12th, 2020