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2022 Animal Law Symposium Panel: Coexistence with Wildlife in the PNW
By Tiana Williams-Claussen (Yurok Tribe Wildlife Program), Dr. Sristi Kamal (Defenders of Wildlife), and Bob Sallinger, J.D. (Portland Audubon Society) The Lewis & Clark Law School's Animal Law Review presented its annual animal law symposium, a day...

2022 Animal Law Symposium: Opening Remarks
By Professor Joyce Tischler (Lewis & Clark Law School) The Lewis & Clark Law School's Animal Law Review presented its annual animal law symposium, a day filled with thoughtful conversation on animal law, on March 11, 2022. This year’s virtual even...

2022 Animal Law Symposium: Advancing Equity in Animal Advocacy
By Shayna Rowbotham (Mercy for Animals) The Lewis & Clark Law School's Animal Law Review presented its annual animal law symposium, a day filled with thoughtful conversation on animal law, on March 11, 2022. This year’s virtual event focused on so...

2022 Animal Law Symposium Panel: The Fight for a Sustainable Food System
By Tarah Heinzen, J.D. (Food & Water Watch), Amy van Saun, J.D. (Center for Food Safety), Marie Camino (Mercy for Animals), and Erin Sutherland, J.D. (Animal Welfare Institute) The Lewis & Clark Law School's Animal Law Review presented its annual an...

2022 Animal Law Symposium: Animal Ethics, Animal Law, & Social Justice
By Dr. Lori Gruen (author, Carceral Logics; Animal Crisis; and more) The Lewis & Clark Law School's Animal Law Review presented its annual animal law symposium, a day filled with thoughtful conversation on animal law, on March 11, 2022. This year’...

2022 Animal Law Symposium: How Far We've Come
By Jim Mason, J.D. (author, An Unnatural Order; Animal Factories; and more) The Lewis & Clark Law School's Animal Law Review presented its annual animal law symposium, a day filled with thoughtful conversation on animal law, on March 11, 2022. This ...

The Winds of Change: Offshore Wind, Fish, and the Western Grid
Along with the growing interest in offshore wind energy on the West Coast come questions about the associated opportunities and impacts. Elon Hasson, renewable energy developer and Green Energy Institute advisory council member, will explore some of...

When Offshore Wind Comes On Shore
U.S. offshore wind energy project installations are headed for the West Coast. Join the Green Energy Institute’s panel of experts to learn about the regulatory landscape facing offshore wind, including the interface between state and federal regula...

COP 26: Outcomes for Climate Justice, Virtual Webinar
Global emissions must be cut in half by 2030 to protect and promote human rights, and avoid the worst effects of climate change. Our expert panel will discuss the goals set for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) and the outcomes.

Improving Legal Protections for Wildlife in Latin America
Animal Law Review: 2020 Virtual Symposium Series with Professor Nick Fromherz, Senior Staff Attorney at The Global Law Alliance for Animals and the Environment

Judging the Greatness of a Nation – The Politics of Meat, Milk, Murder, and Moral Progress in India
Animal Law Review: 2020 Virtual Symposium Series with Dr. Rajesh K. Reddy, J.D., Ph.D

Close EventClean Energy Transition: Quitting Fossil Gas
This video features Director of the Green Energy Institute Professor Melissa Powers, Sierra Club Staff Attorney Alison Seel, and energy consultant Tarika Powell in a discussion of the risks of fossil gas, the importance of preventing new gas infrastr...

2021 Animal Law Review Symposium: Creating Racial Equity Action Plans in Animal Advocacy
In this interactive workshop, participants are introduced to best practices in creating racial equity action plans that lead to sustainable, meaningful, and measurable improvements for internal and external stakeholders of the global majority. Michel...

2021 Animal Law Review Symposium: Why We Need to Replace Animal Testing and How to Do It
In this presentation, Dr. Aysha Akhtar of the Center for Contemporary Sciences explores the ways in which animal testing harms humans, barriers to systemically shifting away from animal models, and possible solutions moving forward.

2021 Animal Law Review Symposium: Queering Animal Liberation
In this presentation, writer, educator, activist, and co-founder of VINE Sanctuary pattrice jones analyzes the connections between queer rights, feminism, and animal liberation.

2021 Animal Law Review Symposium: Psychology & Law in Assessment & Treatment of Animal Maltreatment
Despite growing awareness that animal maltreatment is often a sign of deviant behavior and frequently linked to other forms of interpersonal violence, attorneys and mental health professionals may find themselves lacking practical guidance in these c...

2021 Animal Law Review Symposium: Animal Law and Environmental Law; Parallels and Synergies
In this presentation, professor Randall Abate draws on lessons from history, politics, and law to illustrate how animal law can learn from environmental law and how the two fields can work together to secure mutual gains.

2021 Animal Law Review Symposium: Food Justice - Breaking Interconnected Systems of Oppression
In this presentation, lauren Ornelas of the Food Empowerment Project examines various interconnected abuses in our food system, including non-human animal exploitation, farm worker injustices, slavery, environmental racism, and lack of access to heal...

2021 Animal Law Review Symposium: Recognizing and Addressing Burnout
In this presentation, Lewis & Clark Law School professor Kathy Hessler and youth activist Cami Hoffman discuss how to recognize and address the warning signs of burnout and fatigue. They also explore how animals can help us reconnect with our intuiti...

Accountability for Climate Change Harms in the Pacific Northwest
The Green Energy Institute presents "Accountability for Climate Change Harms in the Pacific Northwest"

Public Interest Law Project Celebrates 30 Years: Jonathan Ostar '03
Public Interest Law Project (PILP) is a student-run organization founded by Lewis & Clark law students in 1990 to help fill the justice gap between those who need attorneys and those who can afford attorneys. PILP helps fill this gap by providing stu...

Public Interest Law Project Celebrates 30 Years: Brett Brownscombe '00
Public Interest Law Project (PILP) is a student-run organization founded by Lewis & Clark law students in 1990 to help fill the justice gap between those who need attorneys and those who can afford attorneys. PILP helps fill this gap by providing stu...

Public Interest Law Project Celebrates 30 Years: George Sexton ’97
George received a PILP award in 1996 and spent the summer doing environmental advocacy work. Public Interest Law Project (PILP) is a student-run organization founded by Lewis & Clark law students in 1990 to help fill the justice gap between those w...

Public Interest Law Project Celebrates 30 Years: Silvia Badea ’20
Silvia received a PILP award in 2019 and spent the summer working for Washington County District Attorney in Hillsboro, OR. Public Interest Law Project (PILP) is a student-run organization founded by Lewis & Clark law students in 1990 to help fill t...

Public Interest Law Project Celebrates 30 Years: Nate Hausman, '11
Nate received a PILP award in 2010 and spent the summer working for the Center for Food Safety in San Francisco, CA. Public Interest Law Project (PILP) is a student-run organization founded by Lewis & Clark law students in 1990 to help fill the ju...

Public Interest Law Project Celebrates 30 Years: Becky Straus '09
Becky received a PILP award in 2008 and spent the summer working for East Bay Community Law Center in Berkeley, CA. Public Interest Law Project (PILP) is a student-run organization founded by Lewis & Clark law students in 1990 to help fill the jus...

Public Interest Law Project Celebrates 30 Years: Nan Schivone
Nan received a PILP award in 1996 and spent the summer working for Oregon Legal Services in Woodburn, OR. Public Interest Law Project (PILP) is a student-run organization founded by Lewis & Clark law students in 1990 to help fill the justice gap be...

The Ratline: The Flight of the Nazis to Avoid Prosecution.
The 2021 Distinguished International Law Visitor recorded lecture with Philippe Sands, Professor of Laws and Director of the Centre on International Courts and Tribunals, University College London, University of London. He spoke about the flight of N...

Public Interest Law Project Celebrates 30 Years: Colin Bradshaw '21
Colin received a PILP award in 2019 and spent the summer working for Clackamas Indigent Defense Corp. in Oregon City, OR. Public Interest Law Project (PILP) is a student-run organization founded by Lewis & Clark law students in 1990 to help fill th...

Public Interest Law Project Celebrates 30 Years: Maya Crawford Peacock '03
Maya received a PILP award in 2001 and spent the summer working for Catholic Charities Immigration Services in Portland, OR. Public Interest Law Project (PILP) is a student-run organization founded by Lewis & Clark law students in 1990 to help fill...

Public Interest Law Project Celebrates 30 Years: Lindsey Burrows JD '11
Lindsey received a PILP award in 2010 and spent the summer working for the Indigenous Law Program at the Oregon Law Center. Public Interest Law Project (PILP) is a student-run organization founded by Lewis & Clark law students in 1990 to help fil...

Public Interest Law Project Celebrates 30 Years: Matt Blythe JD '13
Matt received a PILP award in 2012 and spent the summer working for Metropolitan Public Defender in Hillsboro, OR. Public Interest Law Project (PILP) is a student-run organization founded by Lewis & Clark law students in 1990 to help fill the justic...

Opt In: Restoring Voting Rights. Safeguarding Democracy
The right to vote represents the lifeblood of our democracy. Yet this fundamental guarantee has been denied to marginalized groups—both historically and today. From poll taxes and grandfather clauses to gerrymandering, voter ID laws, and the mass p...

Book Talk with L&C Law Professor Ozan Varol on his book “Think Like a Rocket Scientist”
Professor Ozan Varol’s new book, Think Like a Rocket Scientist, reveals the playbook that rocket scientists use to turn the seemingly impossible into the possible. In the book, Varol, a former rocket scientist himself, explains how you can use nine...

2020 Leo Levenson Award Speech for Professor Klonoff
This award is voted on annually by the graduating class of Lewis & Clark Law School and presented to a full-time faculty member whose teaching has had a significant impact on the class. This year's recipient is Professor Robert Klonoff. Leo Levenso...

Lewis & Clark Law School Class of 2020
Congratulations, Class of 2020!

May 2020: Info Session: Environmental, Natural Resources, & Energy Law LLM via Distance Learning
Hear from the members of the Lewis & Clark Law School Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law distance learning LLM as they dive into program details in this in-depth informational session: 1. Lucy Brehm, Associate Director 2. Craig Johnsto...

Welcome to Lewis & Clark Law School
At Lewis & Clark Law, students are pushed to do their best work in the classroom but also encouraged to find a healthy balance with life outside of school. Ours is a community that thrives on collaboration as much as it does academic excellence. Our ...

Why the Law Matters: Pamela Frasch on Animal Law
Professor Pamela Frasch is the founder of the Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School. In this video, part of a series of faculty conversations, "Why the Law Matters," Prof Frasch describes why laws that protect animals are importan...

Why the Law Matters: Conversation with Tung Yin
This is a conversation with Lewis & Clark Law professor Tung Yin sharing his expertise in terrorism and security law and discussing the criminal law program at Lewis & Clark Law School.

Best of luck to students during finals.
Faculty and staff wish students best of luck on their finals.

Explore Lewis & Clark Law School
Lewis & Clark Law School sits on 20 acres of property adjoining 645-acre Tryon Creek State Park, near the southern boundary of Portland. With robust practical skills offerings, nationally-recognized programs, full-time and part-time options, and a fa...

Why the Law Matters: Professor Melissa Powers on Renewable Energy Transition
The Green Energy Institute at Lewis & Clark Law School develops smart and comprehensive strategies to transition to a 100% renewable energy system. In this video, Professor Melissa Powers speaks about how the law can effectively support efforts to ...

Lewis & Clark Law School Commencement 2019
The 2019 Lewis & Clark Law School Commencement was held on Saturday, May 18, 2019 at the Pamplin Sports Center. The commencement speaker was the Honorable Michael McShane, Federal Judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon.

Lewis & Clark's Part-Time Law Program
While juggling school, work, family, and other priorities can be challenging, Lewis & Clark Law School is committed to making it a possibility. Many of our students attend law school in the evening or part-time and are highly successful. Our attritio...

Lewis & Clark Law School
At Lewis & Clark Law, located in Portland, Oregon, we value collaboration as well as intellectual rigor. Here, students come first – and faculty and staff share a single commitment: our students’ success. We offer specialty programs, through bot...

Governor Kate Brown's L&C Law School Commencement Speech
On Saturday, May 27, 2017, more than 200 graduates received juris doctor degrees from Lewis & Clark Law School, while others received degrees in masters of laws and masters of studies in law. Oregon Governor Kate Brown JD ’85 was the featured com...

Law School Celebrates 2017 Commencement
On Saturday, May 27, 2017, more than 200 graduates received juris doctor degrees from Lewis & Clark Law School, while others received degrees in masters of laws and masters of studies in law. The ceremony began with a welcome from Dean Jennifer Joh...

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