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School of Law Events

2018 Law Alumni and Friends Fall Kickoff

Sep 06, 2018

Mark your calendar and reserve your hotel room now for the 2018 Alumni and Friends Fall Kickoff! This three-day gathering will be filled with many opportunities to connect with friends and colleagues. Events include: Oregon Law Awards Dinner, celebrating recipients of the John E. Jaqua Distinguished Alumni Award, the Minoru Yasui Justice Award, and the Outstanding Young Alumni Award  …
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Frohnmayer Leadership Lecture

Cultivating Trust: Our Role as Leaders
Sep 06, 2018

The Frohnmayer Leadership Program launches with its inaugural lecture, "Cultivating Trust: Our Role As Leaders." The problem: citizens have lost trust in leaders which can undermine our societal progress. "Over two-thirds of Americans think that the nation has a leadership crisis, and only a small minority have trust in lawyers, particularly those in leadership roles." – Deborah L.…
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O’Connell Conference

Rajneeshpuram: Legal Legacy & Lessons
Sep 07, 2018

The documentary series “Wild Wild Country” introduced the current generation to the unique period of Oregon’s history when the Rajneeshees settled in Antelope. The 2018 O’Connell Conference will focus on several of the compelling legal topics raised by surrounding events and connect Oregon’s past to its present. Our panel participants will…
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Other Events


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Monday, August 20, 2018

JD / LL.M. Orientation
All Day
Law School
Contact: Amy Greer • alm@uoregon.edu
Orientation is designed to develop our students' sense of "home" with the law school community and Eugene, and to help students prepare for a successful academic experience. We want to provide critical information that will help get each student on the right foot. Professional school is a unique experience. We have high expectations of our students so we want to equip them for the challenge and help them understand the support system we have in place. Also, we take pride in our community at Oregon Law and want our incoming students to connect to our faculty, staff, and other students in meaningful ways which happens during Orientation too. It’s an exciting week for our new Ducks!

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

JD / LL.M. Orientation
All Day
Contact: Amy Greer • alm@uoregon.edu
Orientation is designed to develop our students' sense of "home" with the law school community and Eugene, and to help students prepare for a successful academic experience. We want to provide critical information that will help get each student on the right foot. Professional school is a unique experience. We have high expectations of our students so we want to equip them for the challenge and help them understand the support system we have in place. Also, we take pride in our community at Oregon Law and want our incoming students to connect to our faculty, staff, and other students in meaningful ways which happens during Orientation too. It’s an exciting week for our new Ducks!
Matthias Gydé Thesis Defense
2:00 pm
Room 282
Contact: Sophia Mantheakis • cres@uoregon.edu
You are invited to attend the Thesis defense of
Matthias Gydé, M.S. candidate in the
Conflict and Dispute Resolution Master's Program
"Respect My Privacy: An Argument for Legal Professional Privilege in Ombuds Communications"
Tuesday, August 21st
2:00 pm
Room 282, Knight Law Center

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

JD / LL.M. Orientation
All Day
Contact: Amy Greer • alm@uoregon.edu
Orientation is designed to develop our students' sense of "home" with the law school community and Eugene, and to help students prepare for a successful academic experience. We want to provide critical information that will help get each student on the right foot. Professional school is a unique experience. We have high expectations of our students so we want to equip them for the challenge and help them understand the support system we have in place. Also, we take pride in our community at Oregon Law and want our incoming students to connect to our faculty, staff, and other students in meaningful ways which happens during Orientation too. It’s an exciting week for our new Ducks!

Thursday, August 23, 2018

JD / LL.M. Orientation
All Day
Contact: Amy Greer • alm@uoregon.edu
Orientation is designed to develop our students' sense of "home" with the law school community and Eugene, and to help students prepare for a successful academic experience. We want to provide critical information that will help get each student on the right foot. Professional school is a unique experience. We have high expectations of our students so we want to equip them for the challenge and help them understand the support system we have in place. Also, we take pride in our community at Oregon Law and want our incoming students to connect to our faculty, staff, and other students in meaningful ways which happens during Orientation too. It’s an exciting week for our new Ducks!

Friday, August 24, 2018

JD / LL.M. Orientation
All Day
Contact: Amy Greer • alm@uoregon.edu
Orientation is designed to develop our students' sense of "home" with the law school community and Eugene, and to help students prepare for a successful academic experience. We want to provide critical information that will help get each student on the right foot. Professional school is a unique experience. We have high expectations of our students so we want to equip them for the challenge and help them understand the support system we have in place. Also, we take pride in our community at Oregon Law and want our incoming students to connect to our faculty, staff, and other students in meaningful ways which happens during Orientation too. It’s an exciting week for our new Ducks!

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Righting Wrongs and Healing from Injustice: The Legacy and Limitations of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Room 141
Contact: Weston Koyama or Jennifer Geller • wkoyama@uoregon.edu; jgeller@uoregon.edu
Renowned Civil Rights Attorney Peggy Nagae will be our guest as we mark the anniversary of the passage of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988. Ms. Nagae was the lead attorney in Yasui v. United States, re-opening Mr. Yasui’s Supreme Court case for violating the curfew imposed upon Japanese Americans during World War II. Along with the cases of Korematsu v. United States and Hirabayashi v. United States, this case challenged the constitutionality of such government actions upon private citizens without due process. A light lunch will be served.
Student Org Expo
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Wayne Morse Commons
Contact: Amy Greer • alm@uoregon.edu
Over 40 organizations will be tabling in the Wayne Morse Commons to promote their groups and recruit new members.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Bringing Method to the Madness: Intro Citation Workshop for 1Ls
12:30 pm
Room 175
Contact: Joan Rocklin • jrocklin@uoregon.edu
In this workshop, students will be introduced to the ALWD Citation Guide and to a method for constructing legal citations.

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Throwback Thursday
12:00 pm
TBD
Contact: Liz Frost • efrost@uoregon.edu
Professor Frost will lead a short and informal session on writing and grammar skills
State Legislative Jobs
12:00 pm
Room 141
Contact: Debbie Nehl • lawcareer@uoregon.edu
Join Oregon Law alum Aaron Guittierez for an exploration of opportunities available to students who are interested in working in the state legislature and in legislative jobs generally.