News and Features

 

June 17
Willamette Week: The deans of the state's three law schools—the University of Oregon, Lewis & Clark, and Willamette University—ask the Oregon Supreme Court for ‘diploma privilege’ for the Class of 2020.
June 17
Above the Law: Oregon Law is mentioned as one of the three law schools seeking ‘diploma privilege’ for its graduating class of 2020. 
OLSPIF recipients
June 16
The Oregon Law Students Public Interest Fund (OLSPIF) has named 20 students as 2020 OSLPIF recipients.
June 15
The Conversation: Associate Professor Elizabeth Tippett writes for The Conversation. The story was picked up by the following outlets: Marketwatch, Houston Chronicle, The Raw Story, Flipboard, Edge Media Network, Albany Times-Union, Connecticut Post, Patch, Stamford Advocate, Greenwich Time.
June 15
S&P Global Platts: Assistant Professor Greg Dotson provides expert commentary.
June 15
Above the Law: Oregon Law is ranked #9 in the nation for public interest and government jobs.
June 12
Around the O: In a break from tradition, this year’s graduating class at the UO School of Law has decided to use its class gift to help law students whose lives have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
June 12
EurekAlert: The release features a report by Heather Brinton, Director of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Center, and Marc Schlossberg. 
June 10
Daily Emerald: Professor Merle Weiner, who headed the UO Senate’s Responsible Reporting Group, provides expert commentary.
Special message from the Dean
June 8
In a recent message sent to the Oregon Law community on June 9, Dean Burke speaks on the death of George Floyd and protests taking place across the nation. 

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