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  • International Wildlife Law 951-S1
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    The Meyer Memorial Trust has made a generous three-year grant to the Small Business Legal Clinic at Lewis & Clark Law School
  • Animal Rights Law and Jurisprudence 407-S1
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    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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    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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    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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    Preparing tomorrow’s advocates to defend our natural heritage
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    Fighting for clean air
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    Tackling the causes and impacts of global warming
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    Protecting and restoring wildlife and habitat
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    Preserving our natural heritage
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    Cleaning up and cooling down waterways
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    Protecting and restoring wildlife and habitat
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    Tackling global warming and fighting for clean air
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    Preserving our natural heritage
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    Cleaning up and cooling down waterways
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    Preparing tomorrow’s advocates to defend our natural heritage
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    Lewis & Clark Law School’s public interest program ranks among the top 10 in the nation!
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    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.
  • Incoming ILSA Executive Director (and L&C Law alum) Will Patterson’s talk on how to break into international law as a a career is now available!  If you missed this event, you should watch the podcast as is the most informative international law career event on campus this year!
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    Sign up for a 30 minute practice interview with a local attorney and hone your interviewing so you can ace it when it really counts. This program is a great way for all years of Lewis & Clark Law students to obtain valuable interviewing practice.

    Registration opens Monday, January 6, 2014!
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    Jennifer J. Johnson will be the next dean of Lewis & Clark Law School, President Barry Glassner announced today. Johnson, the Erskine Wood Sr. Professor of Law, is a widely respected teacher and scholar who has served on the law school faculty since 1980. Her appointment as dean culminates an intensive internal search. She begins June 1 and will succeed Robert Klonoff, who will be stepping down at the end of the current academic year.
  • This course will examine the utilization of animals in toxicity testing for drug discovery and safety and chemical hazard evaluation.
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    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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    PEAC filed a complaint on July 19th in the Central District of Illinois alleging long-term and serious Clean Water Act violations.
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    7/17/12 - Liv Brumfield, one of PEAC’s five summer externs, writes about her experience supporting a team of attorneys in a week-long Clean Water Act trial in Wisconsin district court.
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    7/5/12 - A federal judge ruled in favor of PEAC and its client League of Wilderness Defenders/Blue Mountains Biodiversity Project, halting the spraying of herbicides in the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest.
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    7/5/12 - PEAC filed a complaint Monday against the Columbia River Crossing, on behalf of three conservation groups alleging inadequate study of health and environmental impacts.
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    6/25/12 - Read about PEAC’s case in New Jersey, using the Clean Water Act to regulate sewage pollution and restore the New York-New Jersey Harbor and the rivers that flow into it.

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