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April 23, 2013

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    Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. with law student Meredith Price B.A. ’07, winner of the Environmental Moot Court Advocate of the Year competition.

Lewis & Clark is responsible for shaping some of the brightest minds of the future. To do so, we draw on some of the brightest minds of today.

Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr.

Lewis & Clark provided three law students with an extraordinary opportunity—the chance to argue a case in front of the 17th Chief Justice of the United States. Chief Justice Roberts was part of the three-member panel that judged the school’s inaugural Environmental Moot Court Advocate of the Year competition.

Barney Frank

The former U.S. representative from Massachusetts took part in the 51st annual International Affairs Symposium. An expert on international relations and American foreign policy, Frank participated in a discussion on whether regional shifts of power should be countered in an effort to maintain balance.

Jerry Greenfield

Entrepreneur and cofounder of Ben & Jerry’s, Greenfield inspired students with his story of transforming a store-front venture into a $300 million ice cream empire by prioritizing social responsibility and creative management.

Michael Chertoff

On the 11th anniversary of 9/11, the former secretary of the Department of Homeland Security shared his reflections on the experience of investigating one of our country’s most notable tragedies.

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