March 5, 2013
What does YOUR Oregon Law experience look like?
School of Law launches online interactive tool for prospective students
Curious about law school, but not sure what to expect or where to start? Wonder no more.
The University of Oregon School of Law has launched "On Track," an informal, interactive tool that creates a suggested program of study based on an individual's personal interests and goals. Oregon Law is among a small number of law school's throughout the nation using this type of interactive technology that helps students understand the trajectory of the law school academic experience.
"On Track" allows users to explore all of the study tracks, courses, clinics, externships, degree options, professional development opportunities, student organizations, conferences and activities that are available to Oregon Law students. Professor and alumni profiles also are part of the tool — giving prospective students a sense of the Oregon Law community.
Oregon Law Assistant Dean for Admissions Lawrence Seno said the tool helps organize what may seem like an overwhelming amount of information to someone just beginning his or her research into law school.
"'On Track' is a great one-stop shop for anyone interested in learning more about how their three years at Oregon Law might look," Seno noted. "Not only do prospective students see the actual courses they may take, but they learn more about the faculty, alumni and administrators with whom they may interact during their time here."
Learn more about Oregon Law's "On Track" tool at law.uoregon.edu/ontrack