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  • Our thoughts are with the victims, their loved ones, and the entire community of Aurora, Colorado in the aftermath of today’s shooting tragedy. These victims, like all victims, deserve access to support and services. They will need our support and servi

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    May 15
    Anticipated Graduation Year: 2016
    Hometown: Rochester, New York
    Previous Work Experience: Entrepreneur, Consultant, Wind Farmer, Salesman, Teacher, Administrator, Baker, Waiter, and Coach.
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    June 9
    Anticipated Graduation Year:2014
    Hometown: Seoul, Republic of Korea
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    June 4
    Robert Bart, Anticipated Graduation 2014
    Undergraduate & Previous Work Experience: International Affairs, Masters in Teaching; prior to law school I taught high school in Hood River for 4 years.
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    June 9
    Courtney Peck



    Anticipated Graduation Year: May 2014
    Hometown: Nixa, Missouri

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    February 12
    On February 5th the SBLC held their Seventh Annual Open House.  The event was a wonderful opportunity to bring together all of the people who make the SBLC possible, and celebrate the successes of 2013.
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    January 27
    We are pleased to announce Román D. Hernández ’00 as our 2014 Distinguished Business Law Graduate
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    July 3
    Thank you to everyone who attended last month’s Crime Victim Law Conference in Portland, OR.  We are particularly grateful to our sponsors and Reception donors.  This year we had record attendance, with nearly 250 attendees from 33 states, the District of Columbia, Australia, and Canada.  Click here to see photos from the Conference.
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    December 4
    The Meyer Memorial Trust has made a generous three-year grant to the Small Business Legal Clinic at Lewis & Clark Law School
  • July 3
    Contemporary criminal restitution is what is known as sui generis (i.e., legally unique), serving both civil and criminal law goals. Despite its unique nature and historical roots, defendants are beginning to argue that restitution requires a jury determination. Read more to find out how NCVLI is fighting to protect restitution for victims.
  • July 3
    All too often victims of crime are asked to sacrifice their privacy just because they report a crime and are participating in justice.  If you are working on a federal case that involves a subpoena for a victim’s records please reach out. We are happy to help!  We can even participate as amicus curiae at the trial court level!  Our commitment is to be vigilant in protecting victim privacy, responding to invasions whenever and wherever they happen.
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    October 3
    Lewis & Clark mourns an influential leader from its past.
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    October 2
    The graduate school adds a new international track to its Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy program.
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    October 2
    The National Crime Victim Law Institute at Lewis & Clark Law School promotes balance and fairness in a justice system that often neglects victims.
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    October 2
    Cappella Nova, the college’s premier mixed choir, mounts its first tour outside North America.
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    October 1
    Honoring the legacy of a beloved professor and an esteemed poet
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    May 24
    Matthew Rugamba CAS ’13 launches his own fashion line, House of Tayo. by Carin Moonin
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    May 24
    Through his documentary films, Brian Lindstrom B.S.’84 brings marginalized lives to light.
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    May 24
    Lewis & Clark’s Community Counseling Center provides high-quality, affordable counseling to the Portland community.
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    May 24
    Associate professor of Chinese Keith Dede and Neil Murray CAS ’13 collect oral histories at the crossroads of Han Chinese, Tibetan, and Mongolian cultures.
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    May 24
    John G. Roberts, Jr., Chief Justice of the United States, inaugurates the law school’s environmental moot court competition.
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    January 30
    A new name reflects the environmental law clinic’s broader mission and national environmental impact.
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    January 30
    Photo by Robert Reynolds  Mollie Galloway, assistant professor of educational leadership, uncovers disturbing evidence of how some high school students equate achievement and success with cheating.
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    January 30
    A student-professor research team and Watzek Library staff work together to create an exhibit of modernist art and documents from Special Collections.
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    January 30
    Tamily Weissman-Unni uses colorful fluorescence to study neural circuitry.
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    January 30
    Gene Otani B.A. ’86 anchors a leading TV news program in Japan.
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    September 18
    Lewis & Clark graduate school faculty, students, and alumni—particularly those associated with the Doctor of Education in Leadership program—are playing key roles in envisioning greater equity in Oregon’s schools.
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    September 18
    Legal Education Goes Global
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    September 18
    Lewis & Clark’s cognitive research comes to life at OMSI.
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    September 18
    Lewis & Clark alumni pursue diverse careers in America’s best city for bicycling.
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    September 18
    Lewis & Clark opens its newest residence hall for upper-division students.

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