Sustainability Strategies: When Does it Pay to be Green?
By analysing the rationales for sustainability strategies, this book addresses a timely question for managers, academics and MBAs: â€œwhen does it pay to be green?â€� Based on solid theoretical foundations and empirical research, it clarifies the elements involved in the formation and evaluation of sustainability strategies in firms, helping managers to prioritize eco-investments and transform them into sources of competitive advantage and new market spaces.
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Pro Bono Panel #2
Career Services Speaker Series Pro Bono Panel #2 September 14, 2010 Career Services Pro Bono | Pro Bono Panel #1 | Pro Bono Panel #3 There are many local organizations that accept law school student volunteers and offer valuable hands-on legal experience (even to 1L students). In this podcast, you will find out more about [...]
Pro Bono Panel #3
Career Services Speaker Series Pro Bono Panel #3 September 16, 2010 Career Services Pro Bono | Pro Bono Panel #1 | Pro Bono Panel #2 The last pro bono panel of the season! In this podcast, hear from the following organizations about getting involved in volunteer work: •Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children •Legal Aid [...]
Networking Nuts & Bolts: The How, Who What, Where, When and Why of Networking
Career Services Speaker Series Networking Nuts & Bolts: The How, Who What, Where, When and Why of Networking September 22, 2010 Career Services In this podcast, learn the basic nuts and bolts of networking in the legal profession. Because getting a legal job is as much who you know as what you know. This introductory [...]
Lunch & Learn: Health Law Careers
Career Services Speaker Series Lunch & Learn: Health Law Careers September 20, 2010 Career Services Come learn more about the practice of Health Law, a growing area of the law. Guest Speakers: Stephen Bush, Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt Deanna Laidler, The ODS Companies Paul Frisch, Attorney at Law The program was held at Lewis & [...]
Lunch & Learn Series: Government Practice Options
Career Services Speaker Series Lunch & Learn Series: Government Practice Options September 13, 2010 Career Services In this podcast, learn more about what it’s like to practice law in the government sector. Our guest speakers talk about the type of work they do, the legal issues they tackle, and give you a sense of a [...]
Fighting Monsanto at the Supreme Court
Student Group Speaker Series Fighting Monsanto at the Supreme Court September 15, 2010 Northwest Environmental Defence Center In this podcast, Professor George Kimbrell, staff attorney for the Center for Food Safety (CFS) and Lewis and Clark alumnus, will discuss the recent Supreme Court decision Monsanto v. Geertson Seed Farms. After plaintiffs secured injunctive relief prohibiting [...]
Preparing for a Public Interest Career
Career Services Speaker Series Preparing for a Public Interest Career September 9, 2010 Career Services | Public Interest Law Project It’s never too early to begin planning your public interest career! In this podcast, Bill Penn, the Public Interest Law Coordinator, talks about the essential tips, tricks and information you need to plan a career [...]
Timothy Sandefur: The Right to Earn a Living
Student Group Speaker Series Timothy Sandefur: The Right to Earn a Living September 1, 2010 Federalist Society Public interest attorney and author Timothy Sandefur of the CATO Institute discusses whether we have a fundamental right to earn a living. This event is sponsored by the Lewis & Clark Law School Federalist Society and the Portland [...]
Clerking in a Criminal Defense Office
Career Services Speaker Series Clerking in a Criminal Defense Office October 21, 2010 Career Services If you’re interested in criminal law, specifically criminal defense, learn more about law clerk opportunities working in criminal defense, from a panel of Lewis & Clark students who clerk in various criminal defense offices. The program was held at Lewis [...]
Clerking in a Prosecutor’s Office
Career Services Speaker Series Clerking in a Prosecutor’s Office October 19, 2010 Career Services Are you interested in criminal law, specifically prosecution-side work? A panel of Lewis & Clark students who have worked as law clerks for different prosecutor’s offices will share their insights and experiences about what it’s like to be a law clerk [...]
Get Ready to Graduate!
Career Services Speaker Series Get Ready to Graduate! October 19, 2010 Career Services Graduating students! Get information on: -Law School Graduation Requirements (Information on dates, deadlines, confirming credits to graduate, etc.) -Alumni Office (How they can help you and how you can stay involved as a Lewis & Clark alum) -Preparing for the Post-Grad Job [...]
Discussion about the Moldavan Legal System
Student Group Speaker Series Discussion about the Moldavan Legal System October 28, 2010 International Law Society | email International Law Society Do you know anything about the Moldavan Legal System? Yes? No? A little bit? In this podcast, five distinguished appellate judges from the Republic of Moldova discuss the legal framework of a new country [...]
"Truth, Lies, and Duct Tape"
Sara Paretsky is the author of the bestselling V. I. Warshawski novels, including, most recently, Fire Sale and Blacklist. She is the winner of many awards, including the Cartier Diamond Dagger award for lifetime achievement from the British Crime Writers’ Association. This lecture series honors the life and work of Dr. Robert Kirschner, noted fo
"U.S.-Cuban Academic Relations Part I: The Politics of U.S.-Cuban Exchanges"
Wayne Smith, Center for International Policy and Louis Pérez, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
U.S. and Cuban scholars involved in academic, scientific, and cultural research face significant difficulties in maintaining open and thorough dialogue with each other due to restrictions governing travel between the two countries. Such
"Cows, Cars and Cycle-Rickshaws: The Politics of Nature on the Streets of Delhi"
A talk by Amita Baviskar, Associate Professor at the Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi University. As an embodied public sphere, city streets are sites for multiple exchanges between differently located people and things. This talk focuses on cows, cars and cycle-rickshaws as they navigate Delhi's roads, and on the people who own, use and seek to control them. All three have b
"Poverty and Income Inequality in Brazil"
A presentation by Ricardo Paes de Barros, University of Chicago Tinker Visiting Professor, and Researcher at the Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (IPEA), a public foundation linked to the Brazilian Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management. This lecture stems from a 2006 IPEA report on the "Recent Fall in Income Inequality in Brazil". This report sought to consolid
"Immigrant Organizations in the U.S.: Opportunities and Challenges"
A talk by Oscar Chacón, Executive Director of the National Alliance of Latin American & Caribbean Communities (NALACC). From the Katz Center for Mexican Studies.
"Ganesa versus Kusilavau: Myths and Reality of the Oral Composition of the Sanskrit Epics"
A special lecture by John Brockington, Emeritus Professor of Sanskrit at the University of Edinburgh. From the South Asia Seminar.