Why? Because we don't view law school as ruthless competition. We view it as a way to make a positive difference. We're known for a friendly, supportive, and collaborative environment—and any of our students will tell you this.
We're different because there is no place in the nation like Eugene, Oregon: progressive, creative, healthy, mindful, and caring—our home inspires our learning, and instills a truly uniquely positive attitude that makes Oregon Law graduates some of the most outstanding lawyers, mediators, conflict resolution experts and public servants you'll find.
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Oregon Law was founded in Portland, and we're still the only law school with a downtown Portland presence. Students have the option to spend their third year at our Portland campus, housed in the iconic White Stag Building on the Portland waterfront.