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January

January 5, 2005
New Voices in International Law: Hilary Charlesworth, Karen Engle and Ileana Porras reflect on U.S. role in the world. 4:00 P.M., January 11, Room 175.

January 10, 2005
LIFE@LAW: International scholars visit, Governor’s tour, Many Nations Longhouse, Professor chairs Criminal Justice Commission and more

January 12, 2005
JAN. 27: Law professor Ibrahim Gassama to be honored at UO’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebrations

January 12, 2005
JAN. 20: Paul Hoffman speaks on 2004 Supreme Court case that allows foreign citizens to bring human rights suits in U.S. courts

January 18, 2005
Morse Chair professor examines missing voice of women in Iraq War

January 19, 2005
Lviv visitors discuss Ukraine’s Orange Revolution

January 24, 2005
LIFE@LAW: Voices from the Orange Revolution, Garrett Epps on defending freedom, JELL symposium on Oregon Water Quality, Morse Professor on women and war in Iraq and more

February

February 3, 2005
Law professor Tom Lininger named chair of Oregon’s Criminal Justice Commission

February 4, 2005
Mindfulness skills in law and mediation with Len Riskin

February 4, 2005
FEB. 11: Portland CLE on “The Contemplative Practitioner”

February 4, 2005
FEB. 12: WWII Japanese Internment and Latino immigrant link explored

February 8, 2005
Mary M. Schroeder: First woman to occupy Ninth Circuit Chief Judge’s spot speaks

February 8, 2005
LIFE@LAW: February 7 – 20, 2005

February 8, 2005
Six faculty honored for scholarly achievements

February 9, 2005
Will today’s Maurine Newberger please stand up…Caroline Forell on women in Oregon politics

February 9, 2005
Will Measure 36 end marriage in Oregon?…Merle Weiner comments

February 24, 2005
Law professor Michael Moffitt helps Corvallis School District avoid teachers strike

February 24, 2005
23rd Public Interest Environmental Law Conference draws thousands

March

March 7, 2005
Everything you need to ask: Garrett Epps offers 10 prudent questions for judicial nominees

March 7, 2005
MAR. 11: Oregon Supreme Court Visits

March 8, 2005
MAR. 10: Come Together – Judges and Attorneys Share the Stage

March 9, 2005
Technology Entrepreneurship Fellows Win over $50,000 in Awards

March 9, 2005
LIFE@LAW: March 7 – March 20, 2005

March 14, 2005
“Tech-Savvy” Schools: UO Law Places 4th in National Jurist poll

March 14, 2005
They did it again! UO Law students win state pro bono awards for the fourth year in a row

March 15, 2005
MAR. 31-APR. 1: Homeland INSecurity and the Post-9/11 Terrain

March 18, 2005
CONNECTIONS: Law students give back to the community

March 18, 2005
Wayne Morse Center director puts together team that ends Lane Transit District Strike

March 25, 2005
APR. 15: 2005: Frohnmayer Award goes to civil rights litigator Lare Aschenbrenner

March 25, 2005
LIFE@LAW: March 28 – April 10, 2005

April

April 1, 2005
Success in a tight job market: 2004 Jobs Survey

April 8, 2005
Merle Weiner on domestic violence and international child abduction

April 11, 2005
LIFE@LAW: Environmental and Dispute Resolution law programs rank high, John Coffee on corporate scandal and more

April 14, 2005
Unusual coalition joins forces in “The Filibuster to Save the Filibuster”

April 18, 2005
Oregon Innocence Network sponsors Oregon’s first public defender

April 25, 2005
LIFE@LAW: Class of 1950 reunion, 2005 Commencement wine sale and more

April 28, 2005
MAY 2: James Galbraith speaks on America’s paycheck crisis

May

May 5, 2005
Three ways to get tickets for May 15 Commencement

May 5, 2005
MAY 15: Jeff Adachi, San Francisco’s high-profile public defender, to speak at 2005 Commencement

May 5, 2005
COMMENCEMENT: Class of 2005 “set the bar very high”

May 9, 2005
LIFE@LAW: Congratulations, Class of 2005! 1950 reunion, bad poetry, wine sale and more

May 16, 2005
OREGON LAWYER Update Spring/Summer 2005

May 25, 2005
LIFE LESSONS: Keep your nose to the grindstone…then go climb something! says Jim Harrang ’51

June

June 7, 2005
PORTLAND SUMMER: CLE lecture series each Wednesday in July

June 14, 2005
It’s not too late to apply! Earn a master’s degree in conflict and dispute resolution

July

July 6, 2005
Keith Aoki: A market-based way out of the Measure 37 maze

July 11, 2005
Michael Moffitt: Mediator knows a fight when he sees one

July 19, 2005
Tom Lininger: New law allows hearsay evidence in domestic violence cases

July 19, 2005
Keith Aoki: Kelo decision and Measure 37 leave individual property owners in the cold

July 21, 2005
Canceling the Debt: New lawyers finding relief in loan assistance programs

July 28, 2005
From sports to the courts: Former Ducks go to law school

July 29, 2005
Richard Hildreth: When the World is Not Your Oyster

August

August 2, 2005
AUGUST 10-16 ORIENTATION: Welcome Class of 2008!

August 3, 2005
MORSE PROFESSOR: Wilma Mankiller, first woman chief of Cherokee Nation, in residence this fall

August 3, 2005
UO School of Law FALL EVENTS PREVIEW 2005

August 15, 2005
LIFE@LAW: August 15-29, 2005

August 15, 2005
The academic year begins: New students, new master’s degree program and new environmental law director

August 16, 2005
Lare Aschenbrenner ’57: A Zeal for Justice

August 30, 2005
Governor signs community mediation bill

September

September 2, 2005
UO Law School will enroll two New Orleans law students

September 6, 2005
Garrett Epps: Two court vacancies creates 3-crisis presidency

September 8, 2005
Hari Osofsky: The fatal mix of environmental damage, poor resource allocation, inequality

September 8, 2005
EXHIBIT: “Chromatography” by photgrapher James Guay

September 9, 2005
LIFE@LAW: News and Events of the UO School of Law Sept 6-18

September 14, 2005
Sept. 16: CONSTITUTION DAY event broadcast live to all 7 Oregon University System campuses

September 15, 2005
Small Business Clinic: Free legal services for the small and serious business

September 22, 2005
LIFE@LAW: September 22 – October 9

September 22, 2005
Sept. 30: AGAINST THE GRAIN – Working for the Public Interest

September 29, 2005
Oct. 7 JELL Symposium: Sustainable land use and Measure 37

October

October 3, 2005
University of Oregon School of Law Profile 2005-2006

October 3, 2005
The 5 Minute Guide to the University of Oregon School of Law

October 4, 2005
Garret Epps, Constitutional law expert, and Barbara Aldave, former Texas law professor, comment on U.S. Supreme Court pick

October 7, 2005
LIFE@LAW: News and events of the UO School of Law October 10-23, 2005

October 13, 2005
Morse Center symposium features Peterson Zah, former Navajo Nation president

October 17, 2005
The Handbook of Dispute Resolution, edited by Michael Moffitt, wins 2005 book award

October 19, 2005
PLUGGED IN: UO Law ranks high in technology

October 24, 2005
Friday (Nov.18) in Portland: Business Lawyering in the Pacific Rim Economy

October 24, 2005
LIFE@LAW: News and Events of the UO School of Law Oct. 24-Nov. 6, 2005

October 24, 2005
IN MY OPINION: Adell Amos comments on land use decision in October 23 Oregonian

October 26, 2005
Law faculty panel discusses the future of Measure 37

October 27, 2005
The Loan Repayment Assistance Program is up and running!

November

November 1, 2005
Nov. 9: Former Cherokee Nation Chief Wilma Mankiller speaks on contemporary tribal life

November 1, 2005
Nov. 4-5: HOMECOMING! Duck Dash, Tailgate and more

November 7, 2005
LIFE@LAW: News and Events of the UO School of Law November 2005

November 22, 2005
Law student organizations join forces to feed hungry Lane County families

November 22, 2005
Duncan Campbell ’73 funds new Oregon Child Advocacy Project

December

December 6, 2005
December 29 Holiday Bowl: See you in San Diego, Legal Ducks!

December 7, 2005
Laird Kirkpatrick’s deanship marked by ‘enhanced reputation for the School of Law,’ says University President Frohnmayer

December 13, 2005
LIFE@LAW: Looking ahead to 2006

December 30, 2005
Criminal law expert Margaret Paris to serve as interim dean


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