For more than 40 years, the University of Oregon School of Law's Environmental and Natural Resources Law (ENR) Center's focus on public interest environmental law and commitment to innovations in environmental legal education have made it one of the nation's oldest and most respected programs.
|Greg Dotson Joins ENR Center Faculty
The University of Oregon School of Law announced on September 15 that Greg Dotson, currently Vice President of Energy Policy at the Center for American Progress, is joining the faculty. Read more.
|The Biggest Lawsuit on the Planet: Juliana v. US Moves Forward
On November 10, 2016, United States District Court Judge Ann Aiken ruled that the climate change lawsuit brought by 21 youth plaintiffs can proceed. Read more.
|Climate in Court: A Convening of Climate Experts in Eugene, Oregon Featured Presentations on Varying Impacts of Climate Change
Renowned climate scientist Dr. James Hansen, economist Dr. Jeffrey Sachs, and psychiatrist Dr. Lise Van Susteren discussed the wide-ranging impacts of climate change. Read more.
|10th Annual Rennard Strickland Lecture Features UCLA Professor of Law Carole Goldberg
This year's Rennard Strickland Lecture, "Native Youth, Juvenile (In)Justice, and A Roadmap for Making Native America Safer" is viewable online. Read more.
|UO Law's Susan Gary Awarded a Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship
Professor Susan Gary, a member of the University of Oregon Board of Trustees, has been selected by the Rockefeller Foundationas an Academic Writing Fellow to the Bellagio Center for her project, "Evolution of the Prudence Standard: ESG Investing, Ethical Investing, and Fiduciary Duties." Read more.
When Less is More: An Energy Efficiency Set-Aside as a Leakage Mitigation Strategy Under the Clean Power Plan
Green Ethics for Lawyers
Good Neighbor Authority in Oregon: Comparision of State and Federal Contracting Provisions
Douglas Quirke and Cassandra Moseley