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    December 11
    Oregon’s Department of Environmental Quality rejected a petition submitted on behalf of tens of thousands of Oregonians asking the agency to protect Oregon’s air from harmful new oil terminal pollution by requiring Global Partners to obtain a more protective air pollution permit.
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    September 15
    Lakeview’s persistent violations of federal particulate matter standards endangers public health and the environment.
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    June 6
    Reducing polluted runoff from industrial facilities continues to be one of NEDC’s highest priorities. NEDC has been busy reviewing industrial permit renewal requests and we have seen a disturbing trend as of late.
  • June 6
    Eight years after filing the complaint alleging that polluted discharges from logging roads require a NPDES permit, NEDC found itself back in the District Court of Oregon this April. How did we get here?
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    June 5
    What does NEDC contribute to public interest environmental law? How does NEDC benefit the community of the Pacific Northwest? This article gives a quick and dirty break down of NEDC’s impact over the past three years, by the numbers.
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    August 1
    Portland was the only U.S. city on a recent list of the world’s most liveable cities, as ranked by British magazine Monocle.
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    October 7
    Professor Anna Laakmann traveled to UC Irvine School of Law to join a panel of national scholars who discussed the importance of the Myriad decision, and what it means for science, for industry, and for the patent system.
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    September 23
    The National Jurist announced Lewis & Clark Law School is #11 on this year’s list of best value among private law schools. The 2013 ratings look at tuition, debt, and cost of living and compare these numbers with percent employed and bar pass rates.
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    May 7
    Professor Lydia Loren gets behind the camera and takes you to the offices of her fellow faculty colleagues for impromptu conversations about their current projects. If you ever wondered what a professor is working on while in their office, here’s your chance to snoop in and find out!
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    June 16
    Lewis and Clark has developed a nationally recognized Legal Analysis and Writing program thanks to its innovative teaching, extensive curricular offerings, and involvement in the national Legal Writing community.
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    October 13
    Professor Parikh served on a panel at the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges
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    March 4
    The Intellectual Property Section of the Oregon State Bar is pleased to be offering an annual scholarship of $1,000 to a single Oregon law school student who can evidence a clear interest in and aptitude for intellectual property.
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    September 5
    Preparing tomorrow’s advocates to defend our natural heritage
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    September 4
    Preparing tomorrow’s advocates to defend our natural heritage
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    September 4
    Cleaning up and cooling down waterways
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    September 4
    Preserving our natural heritage
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    September 4
    Tackling global warming and fighting for clean air
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    September 4
    Protecting and restoring wildlife and habitat
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    September 4
    Cleaning up and cooling down waterways
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    September 4
    Preserving our natural heritage
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    September 4
    Protecting and restoring wildlife and habitat
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    September 4
    Tackling the causes and impacts of global warming
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    Air
    September 4
    Fighting for clean air
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    September 13
    Dave is the Advisory Council Chair. He lives with his wife, Anne, and their two sons in Portland, where he has lived since 1983. He recently retired after working for NIKE for 21 years, lastly as Director of Footwear Product Testing. His favorite activities are camping and hiking in the National Parks of the West, running (especially trail running), biking (especially bike commuting), and youth coaching. Dave brings to the Earthrise Advisory Council his passion for coaching, leadership, and building high performing teams.
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    September 12
    David is the Founder, CEO and President of The Meriwether Group, Inc. and Meriwether Capital Partners, LLC – firms that specialize in strategic business acceleration and venture funding. Prior to founding The Meriwether Group, David was the Director of Licensing and Business Development for adidas America. David also served for several years as Corporate Counsel for adidas. David’s professional background and deep commitment to the natural environment will help Earthrise set the standard for environmental clinic performance.
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    September 12
    Joe is the President of CMH (Canadian Mountain Holidays), the world’s largest Heli-skiing and Heli-hiking company. Building from entrepreneurial roots, Joe has spent two decades shaping global business strategies for some of the world’s leading brands. He has played leadership roles at NIKE, adidas, and The North Face. He has also worked in private equity with various start-up companies. The sum of Joe’s diverse experiences has afforded him a 360-degree perspective on business, and more specifically, the challenges of brand development in an increasingly crowded and competitive world.
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    September 9
    Mary is the founder of Neighbors for Clean Air. She worked as a marketing communication specialist in the athletic industry until she chose to stay home and raise her children. When she learned of a national study indicating that her daughters’ school was in the top 2% of schools with the nation’s worst air quality, she became an industrial air toxins activist and a tireless advocate for clean air. Earthrise has supported Neighbors for Clean Air on the issue of ESCO Corporation’s Title V air permit renewal. As Mary says, ‘Citizens now have a stronger voice that gives us the power to exercise our rights in the regulatory process and to air our concerns in an informed and effective way.’
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    September 8
    Meg is a public interest environmental lawyer based in Massachusetts. For almost 30 years she has worked on campaigns and litigation relating to water, air, bioenergy, climate, Superfund, wetlands, and nuclear power. She is president of the Project for Energy Accountability and director of EcoLaw. Meg has served on numerous boards, including The Nature Conservancy/Massachusetts Chapter, Wildlands Trust of Southeastern Massachusetts, and the Jones River Watershed Association. She has provided leadership on several campaigns and helped found environmental groups, including the Watershed Action Alliance of Southeastern Massachusetts, Taunton River Campaign, Stop Spewing Carbon Campaign, Cape Cod Bay Watch, and Concerned Neighbors of Pilgrim. Recognition for her work has included the Briggs Leadership Award from the Wildlands Trust and the John O’Connor Grassroots Leadership Award from Clean Water Action. Meg lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she enjoys spending time with her three children, rowing, and knitting.
  • December 15
    Animal Rights Law and Jurisprudence 407-S2
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    September 7
    9/7/12 - On Wednesday, PEAC filed a complaint on behalf of the Center for Biological Diversity, the Sierra Club, and the Grand Canyon Wildlands Council demanding the US Forest Service use its authority to protect wildlife and humans from the dangers of lead ammunition in the Kaibab National Forest in northern Arizona.

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