Drive change with an education from the University of Oregon School of Law. Join a community of influencers, advocates, and activists who seek to protect, improve, and innovate the legal system to make society better.
How to Apply
At Oregon Law, We Believe Outcomes Matter
Through hands-on experiences, create employment and networking opportunities, and develop critical lawyering and client practice skills:
- Clinical Programs
- Field Placements
- Pro Bono
- Law Journals
- Moot Court Competition
- Simulation Courses
Combined with traditional in-class learning, these experiences will prepare you to be ready for practice upon graduation. And, we see career success as a journey, not a destination. We offer a personalized approach to career and professional planning and guide you to become leaders in the legal field you choose.
“Serving in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan were defining experiences in my life, and my time at war only strengthened my resolve to go to law school. I saw and experienced both the very best and the very worst parts of human nature during my time in combat. I saw what happens when there is a breakdown of law and order, when the rule of law is no longer respected.”
—Scott Wright, JD ‘19
Presidential Management Fellow
United States Department of Defense
While law school is challenging, the community here is positive and supportive. Professors and students alike want you to succeed.
Paying for School
As the state's only public law school, you can benefit from an exemplary, accredited legal education in a cost-effective manner.
Top National Grades
National Jurist Magazine
Nationally Ranked Specialty Programs
Visiting us is the best way to experience our home. The William W. Knight Law Center is modern, inspiring, and designed to encourage collaboration. And it's one of the few law schools that's also an art gallery. We're also home to the outstanding John E. Jaqua Law Library.