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    Last month, Green Energy Institute (GEI) Staff Attorney Amelia Schlusser presented information about how Oregon’s utility laws and regulatory framework might change to meet current and future energy needs, while also meeting greenhouse gas reduction goals.  Schlusser was one of three presenters for the Low-Carbon Future Group before the Oregon Public Utility Commission (PUC) at its May SB 978 meeting.
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    Lewis & Clark Law Professor Robert Klonoff provided written testimony in a class action lawsuit involving Wells Fargo Bank. The case alleged that  Wells Fargo opened up various accounts (checking, savings, credit card, and lines of credit) without securing permission from its customers, causing harm to those customers. Professor Klonoff opined on the fairness of the $142 million classwide settlement in the case.
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    Diversity Dialogues wraps up with lecture about high rates of incarceration among Native American populations - The Beacon, University of Portland
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    Two Lewis & Clark law students, Sarah Fine ’18 and Kaylee Dickerboom ’19, spent the past few months researching and assisting in drafting arguments to inform an appellate brief that was to be filed in Arizona on behalf of a victim of crime.
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    Lewis & Clark Law School’s summer programs in Indian Law, Animal Law, Environmental Law and General Law are in high gear. The classes encourage students and practicing lawyers to take classes for credit, audit, or audit with a certificate. We welcome visiting students from other law schools as well. The first intensive, five-week session continues until the end of June; the second session will begin July 3.
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    Associate Professor of Law and Philosophy Jeffrey D. Jones was honored with the 2018 Leo Levenson Teacher of the year Award at commencement on Saturday, May 19. Jones earned a PhD in philosophy from University of Wisconsin-Madison and completed postdoctoral studies at Boston University’s School of Law and BU’s then Institute on Race and Social Division. He received his JD at University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.
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    On Saturday, May 19, 180 graduates received Juris Doctor degrees from Lewis and Clark Law School, while others earned Masters of Studies in Law degrees and LLMs in Animal Law and Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law.
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    Marilyn Cover, executive director of Oregon’s Classroom Law Project (CLP) and adjunct law professor, has been awarded the 2018 Sandra Day O’Connor Award for the Advancement of Civics Education. This honor is presented annually by the National Center for State Courts and is named after the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court.
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    The International Law Committee is proud to announce the winners of the 2018 Davis Wright Tremaine International Law Writing Awards. Established through the generosity of Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, the award program provides stipends for the best Lewis & Clark law student research papers written in the past year on any topic in private or public international law.
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    Cecilia Anguiano ’18 and Favio Perez ’18 were recognized by Dean Jennifer Johnson at the 2018 Student Recognition Lunch for their pro bono immigration work assisting CARA Family Immigration Pro Bono attorneys at two Texas detention centers.

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