OLR Online

Oregon Law Review Online

Welcome to the Oregon Law Review Online. Launched in 2011-2012, the Oregon Law Review Online is an online companion to the Oregon Law Review print publication. The Oregon Law Review Online acts as a forum for publishing responses to articles in our print publication, as well as original articles and essays that address issues important to the State of Oregon and the legal field more generally.

We are not currently accepting submissions to Oregon Law Review Online.

 

A Foil for Fazzolari: Recent Negligence Case Law Weakens Duty Limitations

Michael C. Willes

94 OR. L. REV. ONLINE 1

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Goodwin on Judging

Stephen L. Wasby

93 OR. L. REV. ONLINE 1

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Honoring Professor Emerita Mary Lawrence: 2013 Recipient of the Burton Award for Outstanding Contributions to Legal Writing Education

Suzanne E. Rowe with remarks from Caroline Forell, Ralph L. Brill & Anne Kringel

92 OR. L. REV. ONLINE 1

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Transitioning to Team-Based Learning: A Primer for Pioneers

Melissa H. Weresh

92 OR. L. REV. ONLINE 9

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Angst, Technology, and Innovation in the Classroom: Improving Focus for Students Growing Up in a Digital Age

Karin Mika

92 OR. L. REV. ONLINE 19

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The Flipped Classroom: Fad or Innovation?

Anne E. Mullins

92 OR. L. REV. ONLINE 27

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Spiralling Into Control: Appreciating the Groundbreaking Legal Writing Pedagogy of Professor Mary S. Lawrence

Greg Johnson

91 OR. L. REV. ONLINE 1

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A Response to Ann Bartow's Copyright Law and Pornography

Ariel E. Ronneburger

91 OR. L. REV. ONLINE 39

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Two Justices at Issue: Goodwin and O’Connell

Stephen L. Wasby

90 OR. L. REV. ONLINE 1<

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