Points of Pride

ONE L&C ChamPIOn - Jimmy Chau

We love how Jimmy has tirelessly championed fitness and wellness for employees, which is why we selected him from a list of submissions as the One L&C ChamPIOn for the first week of April!

Art Therapy’s Annual Capstone Presentations are April 17

Join us for a day of presentations and discussions as the graduating class of 2021 presents their final pieces of work. All are invited.

Smothers, Lutz Lead L&C to best National Speech Tournament Finish Ever

Led by Hope Smothers (’22) and Aaron Lutz (’22), the Lewis & Clark speech team had its best finish ever at the National Speech Tournament as the 14th place squad in the nation.

Alum and Professor Receive ABA Award for Commitment to Diversity in the Law

Román D. Hernández ’00, and adjunct professor Barbara Creel received the Spirit of Excellence award from the ABA Commission on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Profession.

PILP Raises Over $63K to Help Public Interest Law Students

Over 350 households attended the 30th Annual Public Interest Law Project Auction. The group raised over $63,000 to fund summer stipends for students working in public interest law.

#1 in Environmental Law - Again

U.S. News ranks Lewis & Clark Law’s environmental law program number one in the nation for 2022. Plus, we have nationally recognized programs in Animal Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, Business Law and Public Interest Law.

59th Annual International Affairs Symposium Searches for Clarity in Controversy

For almost 60 years, Lewis & Clark’s International Affairs Symposium has been nationally recognized as a hub for discussing the most pressing matters in foreign affairs. From April 5 to April 7, the symposium will focus on controversy and emphasize opposing viewpoints on environmental degradation, the conflicts of multiculturalism, and the structure of the future international system.

Lewis & Clark Welcomes First Class of Posse Scholars

In 2010, President Barack Obama donated a portion of his $1.4 million Nobel Prize award to the Posse Foundation, one of 10 organizations he chose to recognize. Lewis & Clark is partnering with the Posse Foundation to provide mentoring and full-tuition scholarships to exceptional students from diverse backgrounds. The inaugural cohort—10 students from the Washington, D.C., area—will arrive on campus this fall.

Law Student Ellie Nicoletta Argues in Federal Court

Ellie Nicoletta ’21 argued in front of the federal district court on March 17, 2021, opposing the USDA’s motion to dismiss a case regarding the deregulation of pig slaughterhouses.

Alum Receives Prestigious OSB Environmental Award

Susan Jane Brown ’00 was honored by the OSB ENR section on February 11, 2021.

Lewis & Clark Wins Competitive Award to Advance Climate Projects

Lewis & Clark is one of ten colleges selected nationally to win a pro bono consulting opportunity that will help advance climate projects.

Exhibitions Celebrate 40 Years of the Gender Studies Symposia

Two exhibitions in Watzek Library are celebrating the 40-year anniversary of the gender studies symposia. One, located online and on the top floor of the library, examines “Lack and Absence”. The other, found near the writing center and online, examines the history of the symposia.

5th Annual International Photo Exhibit

Please take a moment to swing by the Watzek Library Atrium to view the winning photos of the LC Overseas and Off-Campus Programs 5th Annual International Photo Contest!