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The Law School to Welcome Delegation from South Korea

January 11, 2013

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For the second consecutive year, Lewis & Clark Law School will host a delegation from Kangwon National University in South Korea on January 28 – February 1, 2013.  The delegation includes two faculty, Professor Siwon Park and Professor Sungja Cho, and eight of their top students. The group will attend environmental law class and experience the best of life in the Pacific Northwest. Professor Aubrey Baldwin, who taught over the summer at Kangwon, and the Environmental & Natural Resource Program have spearheaded this visit.

“Lewis and Clark Law School combines the finest environmental law faculty with an unmatched location for experiencing an award-winning green city and a rich natural heritage” said Professor Baldwin. “As a school with a strong global law focus, our students and faculty circle the earth in their work and study, and we are proud to welcome visitors from around the world to repay the hospitality of our friends abroad.” 

Dean Klonoff, on behalf of the Law School, signed a Memoranda of Understanding with Kangwon in 2012 and will continue to coordinate collaborations, exchanges, and visits to enrich the the teaching, research, and campus life at both institutions.

Anyone interested in meeting these faculty and students should e-mail hmccambly@lclark.edu.

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