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    The fifth annual Philanthropy Leadership Dinner was held on May 16 in the Fred and Suzanne Fields Ballroom at the Portland Art Museum. President Barry Glassner and the Board of Trustees hosted more than 200 guests to celebrate members of the Leadership Society, Heritage Society, and Elliott Circle of Friends.
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    As part of the William Stafford Centennial, Lewis & Clark College Special Collections will be sponsoring a retrospective exhibit documenting William Stafford’s life and career. In addition to manuscripts, letters, artifacts, and publications, the exhibit will showcase Stafford’s lesser-known artistic work as a photographer. Between 1966 and 1993, Stafford took more than 16,000 photos— 175 of which will be featured in an interactive touch-screen exhibit in Watzek Library. (Thirty framed prints will be exhibited on the second floor of Miller Center for the Humanities.) The exhibit will open on January 21 and run through August.

    Photos courtesy of the Estate of William Stafford and Lewis & Clark College Special Collections. Text by Jeremy Skinner.

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  • Named in the 2013 edition of Chambers USA, American’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Aman is a shareholder with Tonkon Torp in Portland, and maintains a business litigation and intellectual property practice.

  • Was appointed chief of staff of the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, D.C. Previously, Hippsley was assistant director in the Federal Trade Commission Division of Enforcement.

  • Released Alaska Natives and American Laws, Third Edition, a treatise coauthored with David Case. Voluck sits as chief judge to the Sitka Tribe of Alaska, magistrate/judge to the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, and judge pro tem for the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island Tribal Government. He is also an adjunct professor with Lewis & Clark’s summer Indian Law Program.

  • Was named in the 2013 edition of Chambers USA, American’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Miller is a shareholder with Tonkon Torp in Portland, and he chairs the firm’s environmental and natural resources practice group.

  • Was appointed New Hampshire Bank Commissioner. Prior to joining the Banking Department, Perlow served for five years as a senior assistant attorney general at the New Hampshire Department of Justice.

  • Was the chief defense attorney 
for the high-profile Portland trial of the Somali American accused of trying to ignite a weapon of mass destruction at the city’s 2010 holiday tree-lighting ceremony. Sady is the longest serving employee in the Oregon Federal Public Defender’s Office.

  • Retired after more than 32 years as an associate regional counsel for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in the Denver regional office.

  • Performed at the Lincoln City Cultural Center in Lincoln City, Oregon, with the Pacific Trombone Quartet. Scholl plays principal trombone in the Portland Columbia Symphony, the Vancouver Symphony, and the Newport Symphony Orchestras. He also plays in the Portland Brass Quintet and with the Michael Vlatkovich Trio. Scholl is the director of Metro Public Defender in Hillsboro, Oregon.

  • Officially retired from his position as Lake County circuit court judge, but will likely continue to serve as a senior circuit court pro tem until Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber fills the vacancy. Simpson took office July 1, 1990, after 13 years in private practice. He grew up in Lakeview, Oregon, and graduated from Lakeview High School in 1969.

  • Opened her own law practice, Barbara Smythe, L.L.C., in Lake Oswego, Oregon. She focuses on helping Oregonians plan for their futures and protect their loved ones, including spouses or partners, children, aging parents, friends, and valued charities.

  • Is a managing partner at Samuels Yoelin Kantor in Portland. Resch’s practice emphasizes employment and business litigation.

  • Was honored as a Top 100 Criminal Defense Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers. Powers has been a criminal defense lawyer in Portland for more than 30 years.

  • Was named in the 2013 edition of Chambers USA, American’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Owren is a shareholder with Tonkon Torp in Portland, and heads the firm’s immigration practice group, advising clients on employment-related immigration and naturalization.

  • Was appointed president and CEO of Boart Longyear Limited. Most recently the president and CEO of NYSE-listed Newmont Mining Corporation, one of the world’s largest gold producers, O’Brien brings 25 years of operational and financial experience in the natural resources, energy, and power sectors to his new role.

  • Received the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) Environmental Connection 2013 Presenter of the Year Award for his course Stormwater Enforcement and Risk Mitigation Trends. The winner is determined through the review of presenter evaluations. Neumann is shareholder at Greenberg Traurig in Denver, Colorado, and counsels clients in the retail, natural gas, petroleum, construction, home building, solid and hazardous waste, and mining industries on a wide variety of litigation, environmental, natural resources, American Indian law, administrative, land use, and insurance coverage matters.

  • Is admitted to practice in Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire; the U.S. District Court, District of New Hampshire; and the First Circuit Court of Appeals. Needleman is an attorney with McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton.

  • Was elected president of the Coos County Bar Association for 2013-14. He continues to serve on the Coos Curry Housing Authority, with which he has once again assumed the position of chair.

  • Moved his law practice, Milby Attorneys & Counselors, to 1909 Woodall Rogers, Suite 500, Dallas, Texas 75201. He focuses on business law, including entity formation, business negotiations and contract drafting, and trial work arising out of business disputes.

  • Was featured in “Changing Lives for the Better” in the fall 2013 Advocate Magazine.

  • Returned to private practice, rejoining his former law firm—now Glazer, Maurer & Peterson—in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Maurer served as presiding judge of the Clackamas County Circuit Court from 2006 through 2010. His practice emphasizes personal injury, family law, criminal defense, and general civil litigation.

  • Received the 2013 Iris Award honoring women of achievement in Southwest Washington. Lowe is a member of the board of directors and partner in charge in the Vancouver office of regional law firm Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt. A member of the Washington State Bar Association and a current member and past secretary of the Southwest Washington Estate Planning Council, she has served as general counsel for the Port of Vancouver since 1998. In 2010, Lowe was appointed chair of the Washington Public Port’s legal committee, becoming the first person from outside the Port system to be named to that post. Lowe currently serves as the first female chair of Identity Clark County, is an emeritus board member and past member of the executive committee of the Columbia River Economic Development Council, and was a president of the Camas-Washougal Chamber board of directors. She also serves on the Humane Society for Southwest Washington’s board of directors, as chair of its planned giving committee, and as cochair of its annual auction committee. She was president of the Clark County Bar Association for 2001. Lowe has been highly involved in Leadership Clark County (LCC). A 2003 graduate of the program, she has served as a board member and been a mentor to LCC project teams working to address community issues.

  • With John Kaempf ’92, formed Lindahl Kaempf in Portland. The firm focuses on defending civil litigation in Oregon and Washington state and federal courts, at both the trial and appellate levels.

  • Was named in the 2013 edition of Chambers USA, America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Lenhart is a shareholder with Lane Powell in Portland.

  • Traded his galoshes and umbrella for cowboy boots and sunglasses by moving to central Washington after accepting a position as the city attorney of Ellensburg.

  • Is the commercial litigation group leader at Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt.

  • Was named in the 2013 edition of Chambers USA, American’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Keeney is a shareholder with Tonkon Torp in Portland, and his real estate practice includes acquisitions and sales, financing, commercial leasing, and land use permitting. He represents local, regional, and national property owners and developers in a wide range of transactional matters and assists clients in land use proceedings before local governments.

  • With Garry Kahn ’62, moved the firm Kahn & Kahn to the Loyalty Building at 317 S.W. Alder Street in Portland.

  • With Steven Kahn ’88, moved the firm Kahn & Kahn to the Loyalty Building at 317 S.W. Alder Street in Portland. Kahn recently celebrated 50 years as an Oregon lawyer.

  • With Dan Lindahl ’84, formed Lindahl Kaempf in Portland. The firm focuses on defending civil litigation in Oregon and Washington state and federal courts, at both the trial and appellate levels.

  • Wrote and published a techno-thriller, Proteus, about a genetically modified oil-eating organism that goes awry.

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