Field Placements are an essential part of your Oregon Law education.
In a field placement, you receive course credit for working for judges, in government offices, and with attorneys in various practice areas. You receive guidance not only from your supervisors at the job but also from law school instructors. You can obtain a field placement as soon as the first summer of law school, for varying numbers of credits.
Field placements require:
an open placement
a field supervisor
a faculty supervisor
a course component
|Field Placement Umbrellas||contact|
|Criminal Justice||Rachel Rose|
|Environmental Law||Heather Brinton|
|In-House Counsel||Kristie Gibson|
|Government and Public Interest||Laurie Hauber|
|Domestic Violence||Kathryn Moakley|
|Other (Create Your Own Opportunity)||Laurie Hauber|
For more information
If you are a prospective student, please contact JD Admissions.
For current students, please check MyLaw for more details.