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Welcome to the Oregon Law Multimedia page. This page is a resource for audio and visual content produced by the law school. Our content is organized by Topic, Date, Audio, and Visual. Individuals may download Oregon Law podcasts directly to their personal audio and/or visual player, or simply listen or watch podcasts right here on the site.

For even more ways to stay connected with Oregon Law content, visit our Social Media page where you can view a rundown of our Facebook and LinkedIn groups, Twitter feeds, YouTube channels, and insightful student- and professor-run blogs.

Questions regarding Oregon Law multimedia content should be directed to the law school's Information Technology Office.

John Orbell
Climate Change 360 Fireside Chat Series
2012-03-14Audio
Derek Smith
Creating a Scalable Home Energy Efficiency Industry
2012-01-18Audio
Paul Thompson with Storm Kennedy of KUGN
Law of Wine
2011-04-12Audio
Nico Larco, Architecture
Fringe Urbanism: Compact Development in Suburbia
2011-02-09Audio
Oregon Secretary of State Kate
Brown speaking spoke at the UO Law School
Sponsored by the Green Business Initiative Student Association and the Women's Law Forum

2011-01-25Audio
Stephen Wooten, International Studies and Anthropology
Growing Food and Making a Living: Latino Gardeners and Farmers in Lane County
2011-01-19Audio
Strickland
Strickland Lecture 11.23.10
2010-11-23Audio
Angela Kellner & KLCC
The Portia Project
2010-11-11Audio
Jane Steckback
Loan Repayment Workshop
2010-10-26Audio
Jane Steckback
Loan Repayment Workshop
2010-10-26Audio
Robert Young, Planning, Public Policy and Management
Changing the Rules of the Game
2010-09-28Audio
Caroline Forell, School of Law
Bike Law: Solutions for Green Transportation
2010-09-8Audio
Mary Wood, Law
How the International Law of Badminton Saved Endangered Species Habitat
2010-04-21Audio
Greg Wolf, National Policy Consensus Center, Portland State University
Building an Infrastructure for Collaborative Governance
2010-04-07Audio
Greg Wolf, National Policy Consensus Center, Portland State University
"Building an Infrastructure for Collaborative Governance"
2010-04-07Audio
David Frank, Clark Honors College
"Innovative Approaches to Territorial Conflicts: Using Principles of Riparian Conflict Management"
2010-03-17Audio
David Frank, Clark Honors College
Innovative Approaches to Territorial Conflicts: Using Principles of Riparian Conflict Management
2010-03-17Audio
Peter Adler, The Keystone Center
The Keys to the Kingdom: Getting Our Heads around Environmental Leadership
2010-01-20Audio
Peter Adler, The Keystone Center
"The Keys to the Kingdom: Getting Our Heads around Environmental Leadership"
2010-01-20Audio
Richard Hildreth, Law
"Miracles of Climate Change Law"
2009-11-18Audio
Lawrence Susskind, Urban and Environmental Planning, MIT
"Public Participation and Deliberative Democracy: What Works and What Doesn't"
2009-11-06Audio
Lawrence Susskind, Urban and Environmental Planning, MIT
"Public Participation and Deliberative Democracy: What Works and What Doesn't"
2009-11-06Audio
Jim Elliott, Sociology
"Environmental Consequences in Changing Urban Landscapes: Uncovering the Production and Conversion of Relict Industrial Waste Sites"
2009-10-21Audio
Svitlana Kravchenko, Law
"Public Participation in Environmental Decision Making: Crisis or Collaboration?"
2009-09-30AudioVideo
Jennifer Reynolds, Law
"What Does (or Should) an Ombudsman Do? Reflecting on the Ombudsman Role in Environmental Dispute Resolution and Beyond"
2009-09-16AudioVideo
Jennifer Reynolds, Law
"What Does (or Should) an Ombudsman Do? Reflecting on the Ombudsman Role in Environmental Dispute Resolution and Beyond"
2009-09-16AudioVideo
Professor David Hodas from Widener Law
JELL Symposium 2009: Afternoon Keynote
2009-09-11Audio
Professor Elizabeth Burleson (University of South Dakota School of Law), Wade Norris (Co-Founder, Program to Relocate and Assist Environmental Refugees), Professor Maxine Burkett (University of Hawaii School of Law)
JELL Symposium 2009: Panel 2: International Impacts and Equity: Displacement to Refuge
2009-09-11Audio
Professor Rebecca Tsosie from Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law
JELL Symposium 2009: Morning Keynote: Indigenous Peoples and Global Climate Change: Intercultural Models of Climate Equity
2009-09-11Audio
Lou Leonard (Director for U.S. Policy on International Climate Affairs, World Wildlife Fund)
JELL Symposium 2009: Lunch Keynote: Accepting Responsibility: Creating an Effective and Equitable Response to Climate Change
2009-09-11Audio
Professor Hari Osofsky (Washington and Lee University School of Law), Professor Svitlana Kravchenko (University of Oregon School of Law), Professor Melissa Powers (Lewis & Clark Law School)
JELL Symposium 2009: Panel 1: From the Northwest to Copenhagen: An Overview of Climate Change Law
2009-09-11Audio
Brent Newell (Legal Director, Center on Race, Poverty & the Environment), Professor Alice Kaswan (University of San Francisco School of Law)
JELL Symposium 2009: Panel 3: The Face of Climate Change in the US: Access to Justice for Victims of Environmental Racism and Classism
2009-09-11Audio
Brent Foster (Special Counsel, Oregon Attorney General's Office), Larry Sanders (Staff Attorney, Emory Law School: Turner Environmental Law Clinic), Charlie Tebbutt (Attorney, Western Environmental Law Center)
JELL Symposium 2009: Panel 4: Legal Ethics in Environmental Law
2009-09-11Audio
Nancy Shurtz, Law
"The Role of Environmental Tax and Market Mechanisms in the Green Building Movement"
2009-04-09Audio
Update on the Oregon University System Climate Research Institute
2009-03-19Audio
Bart Johnson and David Hulse, Landscape Architecture
"The Challenges of Modeling the Interactions of Climate Change, Ecosystem Trajectories and Land Use Decisions"
2009-03-05Audio
Patrick Bartlein, Geography, and Mary Wood, Law
"Bridging Law and Science in the Face of Climate Emergency"
2009-02-12Audio
Patricia McDowell, Geography, and Adell Amos, Law
"Water for People and the Environment: Conflict, Compromise and New Directions"
2009-01-29Audio
Judd Sneirson, Law, and Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Business
"Sustainability Meets Profitability"
2009-01-15Audio
Dan Gavin, Geography
"Abrupt Climate Change: Assessing its Impact on Forests and Wildfire from the Paleoecological Record"
2008-11-13Audio
Scott Bridgham, Biology
"The Role of Wetlands in the Global Carbon Cycle: Implications for Global Warming"
2008-10-30Audio
Brook Muller, Architecture
"Developing Conservation"
2008-10-16Audio
Alexander Murphy, Geography
"The Geopolitical Implications of Climate Change"
2008-09-25Audio
Roberta Mann, Law
"Do Tax Breaks for Ethanol Reduce Global Warming?"
2008-08-28Audio
Professors William Rossi and Molly Westling, English
"Reading, Rhetoric, and Climate"
2008-03-12Audio
Professor Rob Illig, Law
"Environmental Entrepreneurship"
2008-02-27Audio
Professor John Bonine and Director Jane Steckbeck
ENR Career Strategy Session
2008-02-18Audio
Professor Jon Erlandson, Anthropology and the Museum of Natural and Cultural History
"Fishing the Past to Feed the Future: Archaeology, Historical Ecology, and Restoration of Marine Ecosystems"
2008-02-13Audio
Professors Jon Palfreman and Carol Ann Bassett, Journalism
"Cool Reporting about a Warming Planet"
2008-01-30Audio
Professor Svitlana Kravchenko, Law
"Global Warming and Human Rights"
2008-01-16Audio
Professors Steve Kevan and Greg Bothun, Physics
"Physicists on Renewable Energy"
2007-11-07Audio
David Cobb
"How Fair and Open Are Elections in the United States?"
2007-10-24AudioVideo
Professor Mike Russo, Lundquist College of Business
"The Business of Global Warming"
2007-10-24Audio
James Olmsted (Conservation & Preservation Counsel, L.L.C.), Professor Randall Abate (Florida Coastal School of Law), Professor Svitlana Kravchenko (University of Oregon School of Law)
JELL Symposium 2007: Panel Four: Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation Symposium
2007-10-19Audio
Senator Brad Avakian
JELL Symposium 2007: Keynote: Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation Symposium
2007-10-19Audio
Professor Mary Wood
JELL Climate Conference Keynote: "Government's Atmospheric Trust Obligation".
2007-10-19AudioVideo
Bill Drumheller (Oregon Department of Energy), Spencer Reeder (Washington Department of Ecology), Bruce Jennings (Consultant, California Senate, Environmental Quality Committee)
JELL Symposium 2007: Panel One: Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation Symposium
2007-10-19Audio
Professor Mary Christina Wood (University of Oregon School of Law)
JELL Symposium 2007: Keynote: Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation Symposium
2007-10-19Audio
Roger Hamilton (Resource Innovations, University of Oregon), Dan Galpern (Western Environmental Law Center), Professor Lesley McAllister (University of San Diego School of Law)
JELL Symposium 2007: Panel Two: Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation Symposium
2007-10-19Audio
Professor Hari Osofsky (University of Oregon School of Law), Professor Wil Burns (Santa Clara School of Law), David Hunter (Center for International Environmental Law), Professor E. Andrew Long (Louis D. Brandeis School of Law)
JELL Symposium 2007: Panel Three: Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation Symposium
2007-10-19Audio
Professor Nancy Shurtz, Law
"Mother Earth says: 'I'm Cool with Carbon Taxes'"
2007-10-10Audio
Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics
Guantánamo podcast
2007-10-08Audio
Professor Mark Unno, Religious Studies
"The Buddha's Fire Sermon and Global Warming"
2007-09-26Audio
Professor Hari Osofsky, Law
"Climate Change and the Alien Tort Claims Act"
2007-09-12Audio
Professor Mary Wood, Law
"Courts as Guardians of the Global Trust"
2007-08-29Audio
Professor Mary Wood
"Government and Climate Crisis: Discretion or Obligation?," invited Keynote Address, City Club of Eugene, Eugene, OR.
2007-05-04Audio
Professor Mary Wood
Interview with Brian Shaw, host of "The Vocal Majority", 1600 AM KOPT "Oregon's Progressive Talk", Eugene, Oregon.
2007-03-01Audio
Professor Mary Wood
Guest Interview with host Don Wimberley, KBSU, Boise, Idaho
2007-01-22AudioAudio (part 2)

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