Martha Spence
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
As Associate Dean for Academic Affairs one of the things I do is counsel students about upper division courses. If you would like to know about graduation requirements, externships, bar classes, exams, summer school, or anything academic, feel free to ask. I’ll do my best to answer.

Janice L. Weis
Associate Dean & Director of Environmental & Natural Resources Law
Ms. Weis has served as Director of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program since 1994. She came to the program after six years as an associate attorney in the Natural Resources and Public Law Department of Best, Best & Krieger in Riverside, California where she served as co-chair of the natural resources practice group in 1992-93.  She has extensive transactional and litigation experience in the areas of the California Environmental Quality Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, water quality, water rights, federal and state Endangered Species Acts, wetlands, and land use. (Full Bio)

Libby Davis
Associate Dean for Career Services and Alumni Relations
Ms Davis is responsible for the overall functioning of the Career Services and Alumni offices, doing extensive outreach with alumni and employers around the country, and with state and local bar associations, as well as doing individual career counseling and overseeing our Externship and Mentor Programs. I am available to do general curriculum counseling, especially in relation to career path considerations, as well as practical skills, Externships, and bar exam courses. (Full Bio)

J.B. Kim
Assistant Dean for Diversity and Academic Resources503-768-6622
J.B. Kim, J.D., directs the Academic Enhancement program. She holds an environmental law certificate and spent several years as a prosecutor in two Oregon counties before returning to direct the Academic Enhancement Program, which she participated in as a student. J.B. does general curriculum counseling with any interested student.  She works with students during law school and after on bar passage and is particularly attuned to curriculum planning in regard to bar passage.    (More Info)

Pamela FraschPamela Frasch
Assistant Dean and Executive Director Center for Animal Law Studies (CALS)
Ms. Frasch is co-author of the premier American legal casebook in the field, Animal Law, Cases and Materials now in its third edition (Carolina Academic Press, 2006) and used in most animal law courses being taught in the United States. She is also co-author, with Professor Kathy Hessler, of Animal Law in a Nutshell (Thomson West, 2010). She has taught survey and advanced courses in animal law at Lewis & Clark Law School since 1998. (Full Bio)

Professor Susan Mandiberg
Professor Mandiberg teaches in the area of criminal law and procedure and works with students interested in the criminal law certificate. She also chairs the faculty task force on the school’s global law curriculum. She is the co-author of a book on environmental crimes. (Full Bio)

William Penn
Bill Penn advises students in the area of public interest law. As the school’s public interest coordinator, he runs the pro bono program, the LRAP program, and gives career planning advice to students interested in practicing public interest law.  Bill is an alum of the law school who is familiar with graduation requirements, career planning, and how to pursue a public interest certificate.  (Public Interest Web Page)

Professor Lydia Loren
Professor Loren teaches in the area of intellectual property. She teaches civil procedure in the first year curriculum as well as international intellectual property and other IP courses in the upper division. Former interim dean of the law school, she advises students on both the intellectual property curriculum and on curriculum planning generally. (Full bio)

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