News and Features


Women working in a field.
November 26
Associate Professor Michael Fakhri's research on food and climate change is highlighted.
candidates from the 2020 democratic race on the debate stage
November 26
Fast Company: Associate Professor Elizabeth Tippett wrote this article which was originally published in The Conversation. 
Richard Hildreth in classroom
November 26
For the last 41 years, Hildreth has taught Local Government, Land Use and Water Law, International Environmental Law, Climate Change Law, and United States and Canadian Ocean and Coastal Law.
man sitting at conference table with head on hand
November 19
PBS Newshour: Originally published in The Conversation, Associate Professor Elizabeth Tippett's article was picked up by: Raw Story, MarketWatch, Business Insider, GateHouse Media, Gov Exec, News Republic, Charlotte Observer, and CBS News.
gavel resting on table in a courtroom
November 12
The Portland Tribune: Professor Ofer Raban provides expert commentary. This was also picked up by The Bulletin.
Rex Tillerson, center, former chief executive officer of Exxon Mobil Corp., departs from state court
November 12
The Intercept: Professor Mary Wood’s work on “Atmospheric Trust Litigation” is mentioned.
Oregon Representative Peter DeFazio in classroom speaking to Oregon Law Students
November 12
Daily Emerald: Oregon Representative Peter DeFazio spoke to University of Oregon students on Friday in the William W. Knight Law School about his work in Congress during, in his words, an “unprecedented time in our history
Mary Kathryn Nagle sitting at desk
November 12
Daily Emerald: The University of Oregon Law School will host playwright and lawyer Mary Kathryn Nagle Tuesday for the Annual Rennard Strickland Lecture. Nagle’s lecture will be on Tribal Sovereignty: The Origins of Environmental Law. 
Man on stage addressing a large seated audience
November 8
Around the O: Guests heard members of the University of Oregon community - including Professor Michelle McKinley - who spoke at Wings: UO Presidential Speaker Series.
11 Nonbinary Oregonians, and reps froBasic Rights Oregon, ACLU and Oregon Law pose for photo
November 7
ACLU Oregon: Assistant Professor Sarah Adams-Schoen, who submitted a brief on behalf of twenty-five professors from Oregon’s three law schools, is quoted.