Oregon Law Leadership
|Marcilynn A. Burke||Dean and Dave Frohnmayer Chair in Leadership and Lawfirstname.lastname@example.org||541-346-3836|
Dean's Leadership Team
|Stuart Chinn||Associate Dean for Academic Affairs|
James O. and Alfred T. Goodwin Senior Fellow
|Jennifer Espinola||Associate Dean for Student Affairs|
Law School Dean of Students
Director, Frohnmayer Leadership Program
|Jessica Merkner||Director of Developmentemail@example.com||541-346-1558|
|Jennifer Reynolds||Associate Dean of Faculty Research and Programsfirstname.lastname@example.org||541-346-3691|
|Anna Sherwood||Director of Communicationsemail@example.com||541-346-1665|
|Ray Sykes||Associate Dean of Finance and Operationsfirstname.lastname@example.org||541-346-3642|
|Dennis Bishop||Director, Information and Technologyemail@example.com||541-346-3877|
|Heather Brinton||Director, Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program|
Pro Tem Instructor
|interim Assistant Dean for Student Affairsfirstname.lastname@example.org||541-346-3896|
|Mohamed Elian||LLM Program Directoremail@example.com||541-346-9129|
|Jill Elizabeth||Academic Affairs Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org||541-346-3845|
|Chris Esparza||Director of Diversity, Inclusion, and Leadership Developmentemail@example.com||541-346-1565|
|Rebecca Flynn||Co-Director, Wayne Morse Centerfirstname.lastname@example.org||541-346-3700|
|Jennifer Geller||Managing Director, Public Law and Policyemail@example.com||541-346-8946|
|Della Green||Director, Finance and Accountingfirstname.lastname@example.org||541-346-0043|
|Ellen Herman||Co-Director, Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics|
Professor of History
|Mary Ann Hyatt||Professor, Director of the Law Libraryemail@example.com||541-346-3097|
|John Inglish||Program Director, Conflict and Dispute Resolution Master’s Programfirstname.lastname@example.org||541-346-3042|
|Rebecca Ivanoff||Assistant Dean for Career Planning and Professional Developmentemail@example.com||541-346-0543|
|Sarah Keiski||Assistant Dean for JD Admissionsfirstname.lastname@example.org||541-346-1810|
|Lillian Lorenzen||Executive Assistant to the Deanemail@example.com|
|Tonya Perkins||Human Resources Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org||541-346-3907|
|Elaine Seyman||Law School Registraremail@example.com||541-346-1560|
|Patrick Sponsler||Administrator, Oregon Office for Community Dispute Resolutionfirstname.lastname@example.org||541-346-1623|
|Emily Wanner||Managing Director, Portland Programemail@example.com||503-412-0468|
|Sanford Weintraub||Director, Oregon Law Commissionfirstname.lastname@example.org||541-346-0042|
Dean’s Faculty Advisory Committee
The Dean’s Faculty Advisory Committee comprises three faculty members who assist the Dean in making a broad array of administrative decisions.
The DFAC was restructured in 2017 to allow for more nimble and time-sensitive decision-making and to streamline faculty governance by addressing some issues outside the confines of faculty meetings.
Members of DFAC consult with other faculty members as appropriate, ensuring that those individuals with the greatest expertise and interest on specific policy questions share their insights as DFAC advises the Dean.
DFAC members serve three-year terms that are staggered to allow for a blend of continuity and change between academic years.
2019-20 Committee Members
|Erik Girvan||Associate Professor|
CRES Faculty Co-Director
|Greg Dotson||Assistant Professor of Lawemail@example.com||541-346-8909|
|Suzanne Rowe||James L. and llene R. Hershner Professor|
Director of Legal Research and Writing Program
Dean’s Student Advisory Committee
The Dean’s Student Advisory Committee (DSAC) meets with the Dean of the School of Law once a month. Student Bar Association representatives from all classes and programs to discuss issues impacting students and student concerns.
The Dean also talks with them about matters she is aware will impact students, including if we are hiring faculty, tuition increases, building accessibility, class size, the school’s bar program.
The students can also serve as a sounding board if she is considering an issue that will impact students.