Oregon Law announces Order of the Coif
Eighteen members from Class of 2011 placed in top 10 percent
The University of Oregon School of Law is pleased to congratulate the 18 members of the Class of 2011 who have been elected to Order of the Coif. Craig Ashford placed first in the class.
Considered one of the highest honors a law student can receive, the Order of the Coif is a national honor society for law school graduates at member institutions. To gain membership into the order, a student must earn a J.D. and a grade point average that places him or her in the class’s top 10 percent. The UO School of Law is the only Oregon law school with membership in Order of the Coif.
The complete list of Oregon Law’s Order of the Coif graduates (in alphabetical order) includes: