Dustin Buehler teaches administrative law in the University of Oregon’s Portland Program. Prior to teaching at Oregon, he was a tenured law professor at the University of Arkansas (where the graduating students named him Professor of the Year on three occasions), and a law lecturer at the University of Washington. Buehler’s scholarship includes articles in the Boston University Law Review, Washington Law Review, and Ohio State Law Journal, and has been cited by state and federal courts, Moore’s Federal Practice, and leading civil litigation scholars.
In addition to teaching, Buehler is an Assistant Attorney General for his home state of Oregon. He litigates appeals in state and federal courts on behalf of the state, state officials, and state agencies, and has argued dozens of cases before the Oregon Supreme Court, the Oregon Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Prior to his teaching and appellate practice, Buehler clerked for Ninth Circuit Judge Alfred Goodwin, and practiced commercial litigation at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP in Seattle. Outside the classroom, he enjoys running, bicycling, watching baseball with his wife and daughter, and once held a Guinness World Record after lecturing for nearly 52 hours on the history of the American presidency.