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.
Upcoming Event: Investing in the Age of Climate Change
On April 28, 2017 the University of Oregon will host a forum entitled Ethical Endowments: Investing in the Age of Climate Change at the Knight Law School, Room 175. The forum will feature panel speakers and an Impact Investing Pitch Competition. Register Here.
Upcoming Event: 6th Annual University of Oregon Climate Change Research Symposium
On April 26, 2017 The UO Climate Change Research Symposium brings together individuals whose problem-driven research and works of art transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries. The sharing of perspectives and exchange of ideas will produce a lasting dialogue that will enrich the depth of academic discourse at the University of Oregon. View Schedule Here
Professor Dotson Lays out the nearly 50 year history supporting the EPA's work on climate change
The Trump administration intends to roll back two pillars of the Obama administration's climate policy- regulations to limit carbon emissions from vehicles and power plants. 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 Foundations 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.
Enforcing Human Rights Against Fracking Through the Public Trust Principle
Mary Wood and Rance Shaw
Seeing the Better City
Chuck Wolfe ('84)
Green Ethics for Lawyers
Good Neighbor Authority in Oregon: Comparision of State and Federal Contracting Provisions
Douglas Quirke and Cassandra Moseley