News and Features


Baszi Tackas
January 27
Oregon Law: Bazsi Takacs did not have a traditional path to law school. He graduated with a JD from Oregon Law in 2018, but originally planned to go to graduate school to pursue an MBA.
Cate Gelband
January 27
Oregon Law: As a first-year law student, Cate Gelband JD ’20, knew right away that she wanted to study business law. She was eager to work on exciting, challenging projects that require analytical and technical skill, a broad knowledge base, and sharp focus.
Roger Worthington with members of Oregon Law and Worthy Garden Club
January 24
A $100,000 gift from a Bend brewery owner will allow the UO School of Law to pursue groundbreaking work through its highly ranked Environmental and Natural Resources Center.
Willamette Valley
January 23
The Climate CIRCulator: The article is the subject of a study published last July in the journal Nature Sustainability, co-authored by Professor Adell Amos.
students in front of courthouse
January 23
Around the O: Professor Mary Wood provides expert commentary.
youth government banners
January 22
Sierra Magazine: Professor Mary Wood is interviewed. 
William K. Knight Law Center
January 22
East Oregonian: The Society of Professional Journalists, Oregon Territory, reported it worked with Oregon Public Broadcasting and Oregon Law to submit an application on behalf of a coalition of more than a dozen news organizations across the state.
Maurice Holland
January 22
Maurice J. Holland, former dean and professor emeritus of the University of Oregon School of Law, died on January 5, 2020. He was 83.
outline of US with states in blue and yellow
January 20
The Reporters Committee: The Local Legal Initiative which provides pro bono legal support to local journalists and news outlets throughout the states pursuing enterprise and investigative journalism will include Oregon Law.
student protesters with "there is no planet b" signs
January 17
Around the O: Professor Mary Wood provides expert opinion.