The Center for Animal Law Studies (CALS) announced Congressman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) as the inaugural Animal Law Achievement Award Recipient. The award recognizes achievements in the field of animal law, including the creation, enforcement and skillful litigation of animal protection laws. Congressman Blumenauer is an alum of both Lewis & Clark College and Lewis & Clark Law School and a national leader in food policy.
Lewis & Clark Law School ushered in the class of 2021 with 167 new students this fall, including 150 full-time students and 17 part-time students. In addition to being strong class academically, the incoming class represents 106 different undergraduate colleges and universities and 50 different majors, including music, electrical engineering, philosophy, economics, biochemistry, agricultural science and classics. 66 percent are from outside Oregon, representing 35 states and provinces, including Washington D.C.