News and Features

 

August 13
The Conversation: Elizabeth Tippett, associate professor of law at the University of Oregon, writes a piece for The Conversation. 
August 11
NW News Network: Andrea Coles-Bjerre, associate professor of law at the University of Oregon, provides expert commentary.
chief water judge russell mcelyea
July 27
Montana Free Press: Professor of Law Adell Amos provides expert commentary. 
Kurt Hansen
July 1
Kurt Hansen's contributions to the law school were invaluable, and he will be remembered as an honest, kind, and direct advisor who always had the law school’s best interests at heart.
Beatrice Dohrn and Able plaintiffs - newspaper clipping
June 28
As Pride Month comes to a close, it is a good time to reflect on the strides the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ)+ community has made throughout history. With still much progress to be made, we at the University of Oregon School of Law want to do our part by recognizing and celebrating the LGBTQ+ community.
LRW Faculty Group
June 23
The award was presented at the ALWD Biennial Conference, which was hosted by University of Michigan June 16-18, 2021.
Eugene Oregon
June 22
The Oregon Community Foundation’s (OCF) Barbara Bowerman Fund has awarded Oregon Law’s Nonprofit Clinic an additional $500,000 grant. This award will increase the services that the Clinic will be able to provide the nonprofit community.
Knight Law Center Building
June 16
The University of Oregon School of Law welcomed 13 recent graduates from the Class of 2021 into the prestigious Order of the Coif national honor society.
ASUO Constitution Court
June 10
This past year, the Associated Students of the University of Oregon (ASUO) Constitution Court has been one of the most diverse in ASUO history. The Court was made up with students of color entirely. Four of the five justices were women.
Jessica Stipek
June 8
Jessica Stipek, a rising second-year Oregon Law student, has been selected for the prestigious 2021 Rural Summer Legal Corps Fellowship. Program participants, called Student Fellows, spend eight to ten weeks during the summer exploring a career in civil legal aid, by providing direct legal services and building capacity at the organizations where they serve.

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