Oregon Criminal Justice Advocacy Project

The Oregon Criminal Justice Advocacy Project provides pro bono services in complex civil litigation related to criminal justice reform, policing, prosecution policies, juvenile justice, and correctional institutions.

Students at both the Portland and Eugene campuses of the law school have the opportunity to investigate claims, write amicus curiae briefs for appellate cases, and advocate on behalf of live clients whose civil rights have been violated in the criminal-justice system through police brutality, illegal surveillance, false imprisonment, and unconstitutional conditions of confinement.


Project Director
Faculty Leader of the Criminal Practice Program


To get involved, make a case referral or to learn more, contact: