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  • The Judith Kisch Animal Law LLM Scholarship

    The Judith Kisch Animal Law LLM Scholarship for Excellence was created in honor of Judith Kisch, a lifelong supporter of justice for all through education and advocacy.  The scholarship is in the amount of $4,000 and, when awarded, is to be used exclusively toward Animal Law LLM tuition costs.

    To apply:

    To be eligible for consideration, candidates submit the following:

    1. A copy of their Law School transcript;
    2. A copy of their resume; and
    3. An essay, not to exceed 500 words in which they discuss their commitment to animal law and advocacy, and how they plan to use an Animal Law LLM Degree to benefit animals.

    Application period is currently closed, please check back in the spring for updates.

  • International Advocates Animal Law LLM Scholarships

    CALS is pleased to announce its 2016 - 2017 International Advocates Animal Law LLM Scholarships for individuals with extraordinary ability and potential in the field of animal law. The scholarship is designed to support scholars who demonstrate exceptional potential and interest in obtaining an education to become their countries’ innovators and leaders in legal work such as protecting wildlife or prosecuting animal cruelty.

    This scholarship includes:

    • Full waiver of tuition for 26 credits
    • On-campus student housing for the academic year
    • Partial meal plan for the academic year
    • Health insurance for the academic year
    • One round-trip international airline ticket

    The scholarship does not include:

    • Additional course costs, including fees and text books.
    • Personal items
    • Personal computer (computer labs will be available)

    The International Advocates Animal Law LLM Scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic merit, financial need, and the applicant’s personal statement in response to questions detailed in the Animal Law LLM application. Applicants must demonstrate a sincere interest and/or relevant experience in animal law or related areas. Preference will be given to qualified applicants from African countries, but all international candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

    To apply:

    To be eligible, applicants must first meet the admission criteria and be admitted to the Animal Law LLM Program.

    Animal Law LLM application (pdf 90KB)

    Applicants must include in their personal statement for the LLM application- an interest in the Scholarship, their academic merit and financial need, and any information they believe is relevant in determining eligibility.


    Application period is currently closed, please check back in the spring for updates.





  • April 26
    Illia Hayes ’19, from Phoenix, Arizona, was recently awarded the Christine Fredricks Smith Memorial Scholarship
  • September 10
    A new merit scholarship being offered aims to encourage Oregon high school students to study entrepreneurship as part of their liberal arts experience. Scholarships will be available to selected students who apply to begin school in the fall of 2020.
  • November 17
    Becoming a finalist for the Rhodes and Marshall scholarship requires outstanding academic prowess and character. Katie Kowal BA ’17 interviewed for both scholarships following an endorsement from the college and much support from faculty who believed Kowal was a perfect candidate for these distinguished awards.
  • April 25
    Jordan Gonzalez ’21, has been selected by the faculty of the department for the Mathematics Alumni Scholarship for 2018 - 19.
  • August 31
    Professor Jim Oleske is the first recipient of the annual Huffman Scholarship Award, which recognizes outstanding faculty scholarship. Emeritus Dean and Professor James Huffman endowed the award to be given annually to a faculty member chosen by a three-member faculty committee, based on scholarship written the year prior.
  • July 13
    The 2020 Harpole Awards were recently announced: Law student Natalie Hollabaugh received the 2020 Harpole Memorial Scholarship, and attorney Luis Garcia received the Harpole Attorney Award.
  • Susannah White, Tasha's mother, with  Jesenya Maldonado '15, first recipient of the Natasha C. Pr...
    January 15

    “In every single way that counted, the college was as much a home to her as it was a caring and dynamic institution of learning where she found her calling in life.” 

  • Professor Rajesh K. Reddy, Director of Animal Law LLM Program
    January 6
    The Center for Animal Law Studies offers the world’s first and only advanced legal degree in animal law. We sat down with Professor Rajesh Reddy, Director of the Animal Law LLM Program, to learn about the Program and how we’re advancing animal protection beyond the classroom.
  • New Scholars
    September 13
    A New Scholars Symposium exploring the issues of cross-cultural performance
  • September 10
    Lewis & Clark Law School received a charitable bequest totaling $3.7 million  to support public interest environmental law fellowships and scholarships. This bequest is the second-largest single gift ever made to the law school.
  • August 8
    Dean’s Scholarships are awarded to new students at the time an offer of admission is made. The awards are based primarily on exceptional academic achievement and professional promise. The scholarship committee also takes need into consideration for those who qualify on merit.
  • April 3
    The 21st annual Harpole Awards Presentation took place at Stoel Rives on April 3.
  • October 3
  • August 3
    STEM scholarship awarded
  • Animal rights pioneer Helen Jones
    February 7
    The Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School is proud to announce the International Society for Animal Rights/Helen Jones Memorial Scholarship in partnership with the International Society for Animal Rights.
  • April 6
    Members of the Lewis & Clark community from all three schools gathered at The Atrium at Montgomery Park on April 6 in celebration of our philanthropic leaders and the significant role they play in ensuring that Lewis & Clark remains a vibrant place of academic inquiry and exploration.
  • Theresa Dicks, a Quinault Allottee, and Nelson D. Terry at Federal Court, Seattle, 1973
    March 13
    This scholarship is awarded annually and is funded by the Quinault Indian Allottees Association. The scholarship is available to all incoming students, however, preference is given first to  Quinault Allottees, then to Native American regional and national applicants with a connection to their culture and heritage.
  • January 24
    Rose Ngo ’17 has been awarded a Davies-Jackson Scholarship to study at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. Administered by the Council of Independent Colleges, the scholarship grants exceptional students who are among the first in their families to go to college the opportunity to study at the world-renowned St. John’s College.
  • Jack Bogdanski with his new tax treatise, published in 2016.
    August 30
    Jack Bogdanski updates best-selling treatise, Federal Income Taxation of S Corporations.
  • Eve Lowenstein BA '17
    April 11

    Eve Lowenstein BA ’17 is one of just 252 scholars selected from a field of 1,150 students nominated by 415 institutions nationwide. Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships are widely considered the preeminent awards for undergraduates preparing for science careers. Irene Duba BA ’17 garnered an honorable mention. 

  • February 29
    Isabel Ball BA ’15 has been named a Luce Scholar for 2016–17. The highly prestigious award from the Henry Luce Foundation provides funding for young leaders to spend a year in Asia conducting research that will lead to their professional advancement.
  • February 3

    The Discovery Grant was established to enable law students to explore options for law studies and legal practice by providing ongoing tuition relief during law school.

  • October 30

    Lewis & Clark College’s 12th Annual Ray Warren Symposium on Race and Ethnic Studies, running from Wednesday, November 11 to Friday, November 13, will delve into a perennial-yet-timely topic: race and opportunity in the educational system.

  • Paul H. Casey and Jerry Carleton ’07
    September 14
    Scholarships help Lewis & Clark students realize their dreams of obtaining a legal education, even in today’s uncertain economy.
  • Shiela Gallagher '85
    April 27
    The uncommon is Sheila Gallagher’s norm.
  • April 20
    Isaac Goldstein ’16, was recently awarded the Christine Fredricks Smith Memorial Scholarship, the College’s most prestigious award exclusively for mathematics majors.
  • April 20
    President Barry Glassner has announced the winners of the President’s Scholarship for Student Engagement: Lewis & Clark sophomores Mariah Bellamoroso, Spencer Mackey, Ajna Weaver, and Andrew Williamson.
  • February 23
    President Glassner has announced a one-time President’s Scholarship for Scholarship for Student Engagement. Four $5,000 scholarships are to be awarded to students with sophomore standing in 2014-15 for use in their junior year (2015-16).
  • November 5

    L&C Law School grants are based on financial need, a desire to work in the public interest field, and the ability to add to the diversity of the student body at Lewis & Clark Law School. Qualification for awards is determined from information on the law school application and student FAFSA data. Recipients are notified at the time of admission. Students can receive either a Dean’s Scholarship or an L&C Grant, but not both.

  • September 5

    The Kay Kitagawa and Andy Johnson-Laird Intellectual Property Scholarship was established in 2007 by Lewis & Clark Law School friends, Kay Kitagawa and Andy Johnson-Laird.  

    This $10,000 scholarship recognizes one Lewis & Clark Law School student annually who is in their first year of law school and studying intellectual property law.  In addition, the recipient will demonstrate academic prowess and a superior knowledge of computers and the internet. The recipient also must plan to practice in the area of intellectual property law with specific application to computers and the internet.  

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