Family relationships are complicated. When needed, a specially-skilled attorney is needed to navigate relationships and the law. Oregon Law prepares you with the knowledge and practical skills necessary to advocate for children, families, and the elderly.
Top-notch classroom instruction, opportunities with Oregon Law’s Child Advocacy Project, and Domestic Violence Clinic, will give you the chance to hone your skills to represent and advocate for children, women, men, and the elderly when they are at the most vulnerable.
You can earn a statement of completion in Family Law or Child Advocacy Law by satisfactorily completing a group of courses and at least one related clinic or externship and writing a high-quality research paper in the area. For details see these documents: