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
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…
Join your colleagues for a free CLE and lunch and to learn from those at the front line about immigration issues here in Lane County. Abigail Molina, Molina Law Group, and Katrina Kilgren, Kilgren Immigration Law Office, will provide information and answer your questions about LOCAL immigration needs and concerns, and Stephen Manning, from Immigrant Law Group, will present information on ICE (“Immigration and Customs Enforcement”). Following this one hour CLE luncheon, those who would like to know more about pro bono opportunities in immigration services are urged to stay and visit with representatives from Catholic Charities and VITALS (“Valley Immigration Training Advocacy & Legal Services).
Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org so we know how much lunch to prepare. If you forget to RSVP, come anyway!
Your free lunch and free CLE is courtesy of The Local Government Law Group and Johnson Johnson Lucas & Middleton.
Sponsored by the Lane County Circuit Court, Oregon Federal District Court, Oregon Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, UO School of Law, LCBA Federal Court and Debtor/Creditor committees, and the Lane County Women Lawyers.
Learn more about conflict resolution and if pursuing a master's degree in conflict and dispute resolution is right for you. You'll learn about the structure of the program, the skills and knowlegde you'll gain and the application process. Not able to join us this time - no problem! Join us on 1/18/2017 for another online info session. Priority application deadline 2/2/2017.
Registration is required : https://zoom.us/meeting/register/a2ea3a188910196d7c24e00bf0acd2b8
Learn more about the CRES program at our webinar info session on February 14th! Register through the link below for the session, which will use Zoom (info link also listed below).