Lewis & Clark Law School has many student organizations that students can be part of during their law school career. These groups host events and meetings, and contribute to the educational and social well-being of the student body. New student groups are created or revived each year as new students find areas that are not covered by the existing groups. If you want to join an organization, or just want to know more about it, please reach out to the organization.
The mission of the Food & Agriculture Law Society (formerly Food & Wine Law Society) is to provide an outlet for students to gain experience and understanding of current legal issues in food law and policy. To achieve these goals, FALS will aspire to provide students with connections in the professional Food Law field, instigate thoughtful discussions, panels, and events surrounding relevant topics in food and agriculture law, provide a means for students to engage with and volunteer in the local community, and act as a resource for students and community members interested in learning more about relevant concerns in the field.
The Student Angling Law Society (“SALS”) is a group dedicated to promoting the sport of angling and improving public awareness regarding the legal issues concerning Pacific Northwest watersheds. SALS conducts cleanup efforts, fishing trips, lunch-time talks, and networking opportunities which bring students closer to the water and the issues surrounding it. Additionally, SALS is a resource for students who already have an interest in angling or would like to try it out