ABA Required Disclosures

The University of Oregon School of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association.

The American Bar Association requires all accredited law schools to provide specific information to prospective students as they research law schools. Click for the complete ABA-required Standard 509 information report for the University of Oregon School of Law. You may also use the below list to find our:

Admissions Data
Tuition and Fees
Financial Aid
Refund Schedules
Enrollment Data 
Curricular Offerings
Academic Requirements
Faculty Information Report

Library resources
John E. Jaqua Law Library

Conditional Scholarships
Students entering in Fall 2018 and Fall 2017 must meet minimum GPA requirements to renew their scholarships. For more information about current scholarship renewal policies, please contact the Admissions Office.

Physical facilities
William W. Knight Law Center

Employment summary
Class of 2016 Employment Report
Class of 2015 Employment Report
Class of 2014 Employment Report

Policies regarding transfer of credit earned at another institution of higher learning
Transfer and Visitor Students
The University of Oregon School of Law has no established articulation agreements with any other ABA-accredited law school.

Scholarship information
Oregon Law and University of Oregon Scholarship Information
Scholarship Retention

Complaint Review and Resolution
Complaint Review and Resolution

University of Oregon Annual Safety Report
Full University of Oregon Safety Report

Admission to Practice Law – Bar Examination and Character and Fitness
Graduation from law school is only the first step towards becoming a member of a State or Territory’s bar. Bar applicants must also pass the bar exam and meet the character and fitness and other qualifications of the jurisdiction(s) in which they intend to practice law. It is possible to pass a bar exam and be denied admission to the bar based on character and fitness concerns. Learn more at the American Bar Association Admissions Information site.

Applicants should consult the website of the bar organizations in the jurisdiction(s) in which they intend to practice law and familiarize themselves with admission requirements. Applicants are also strongly encouraged to contact a bar official as necessary with any specific character and fitness concerns to discover whether past conduct might keep them from being admitted to a bar following graduation from law school. Applicants with significant concerns may also choose to consult an attorney.

Nondiscrimination
The School of Law complies with the University of Oregon Policy on Nondiscrimination, Sexual Harassment, Student Records and Privacy. Click here for the full University policy.