Class Notes - 1990s
Charles Sanderson B.A. represented the United States at the 2011 Touch Rugby World Cup in Edinburgh, Scotland, in June. “This wouldn’t have been possible without Lewis & Clark and the L&C Rockjaws Rugby Club, which introduced me to the game of rugby. I was proud and excited to represent the U.S.A.” Eden Hankins Ware B.A. lives in Denver with her husband, David Ware, and daughters Layne and Tess.
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Sandy Bacharach B.A. is currently on sabbatical, widowed, and living in Portland with her toddler son, Tevi.
Scott Kerin J.D. was selected as a recipient of the Director’s Award, one of the most prestigious honors offered by the U.S. Department of Justice. In an effort to help uproot gang leadership, he has worked closely with the Metro Gang Task Force to help develop high-impact cases appropriate for federal prosecution. An assistant U.S. attorney for eight years, Kerin previously worked as a deputy district attorney for Multnomah County and as an assistant attorney general for the Oregon Department of Justice.
Edward Tylicki J.D. was elected president of the Oregon Federal Bar Association for 2010–11. He works in global employee relations at Nike.
Allison Rhodes J.D. was elected to the board of the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers. She is a partner in the Portland firm of Hinshaw & Culbertson, where she focuses her practice on legal ethical matters, attorney disciplinary defense, and lawyer mobility. Rhodes also handles complex conflict- of-interest and representation questions, as well as attorney-client privilege matters and work product doctrine matters.
Colin Ryono B.A. and Mike Skrzynski B.A. collaborated on creating and publishing a graphic novel, Amy in the Spring of 1990, based on a true story (see Amy in the Spring of 1990).