August 5, 2013
Oregon Law names Erica Daley and Jennifer Espinola to associate dean positions
The University of Oregon School of Law is pleased to welcome Erica Daley as the associate dean for finance and operations and Jennifer Espinola as the associate dean of students.
Daley most recently served as executive director and CFO for Miller Nash LLP in Portland, Ore., where she developed and consulted on the firm's long-range strategies and managed their finance and operations, including human resources and information technologies. She previously worked as the executive vice president and CFO for CompView Inc., in Beaverton, Ore. Daley's experience also includes working with Arthur Anderson, LLP.
Daley, a Eugene native, earned her MBA from the University of Oregon. She also is a certified public accountant and holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from Portland State University. Daley began work at the law school on July 12.
Espinola most recently served as the director of University of South Florida's Center for Leadership & Civic Engagement. She previously served the University of South Florida in various capacities including co-director and adjunct instructor in Leadership Studies, director of the Center for Student Leadership Development and director of Student Government Advising, Training and Operations. Espinola also served as the assistant dean of students and assistant director for the Center for Alcohol & Other Drug Education for the University of Miami.
Espinola earned her juris doctor from the University of Miami School of Law and her bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of South Florida. Espinola will begin at Oregon Law on August 12.
"We were fortunate that the applicant pools for these positions had many strong candidates. Daley and Espinola were selected because of their specific skill sets and extensive work experience that directly informs how these roles will contribute to the success of the School of Law and its community," said School of Law Dean Michael Moffitt. "We are fortune to have two such skilled professionals join the Oregon Law administrative team."