February 14, 2008
Oregon Attorney General Candidate John Kroger to Speak at Knight Law Center Feb. 20
Oregon attorney general candidate and Lewis and Clark Law Professor John Kroger will discuss constitutional issues facing Oregon at the Knight Law Center in room 110 on Wednesday, Feb. 20, at noon.
Professor Kroger’s discussion, sponsored by the American Constitutional Society for Law and Policy, will focus on environmental regulation, civil rights, access to justice and the methamphetamine epidemic.
Professor Kroger teaches criminal law and jurisprudence at Lewis and Clark Law School. Before joining the faculty, he successfully prosecuted more than 200 federal criminal cases involving the mafia, public corruption, white collar crime and narcotics trafficking. He has also worked as an economic and domestic policy adviser to a number of leading Democratic politicians, including serving as Deputy Policy Director of former President Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign.