Faculty in the Media

June 14
June 02, 2022. Eugene, Oregon As the highest award offered by the University of Oregon School of Law, the Meritorious Service Award is bestowed each year to both faculty and non-faculty members who have made exceptional contributions towards legal education or the legal profession.
May 5
Washington Monthly: Oregon Law Professor Garrett Epps writes about the leaked draft of the abortion opinion.
May 2
Around the O: Professor Dotson is featured for his climate change work in the US Capitol.
March 31
ABA Journal: Dean Marcilynn A. Burke is featured.
March 28
U.S. News and World Report released its 2023 Best Law Schools rankings. The University of Oregon School of Law climbed to #67 from last year’s #72 rank, the highest rank in at least two decades. The school remains #1 in the state. The Legal Research and Writing Program repeats its ranking as #1 (tied) in the nation. Two other Oregon Law programs rose among the nation’s top programs: Environmental Law (#7) and Dispute Resolution (#9).
March 2
Professor Michael Fahkri, who is currently serving as the United Nations Special Rapporteur On The Right To Food, will deliver the Kent Law annual Centre for Critical International Law (CeCIL) lecture on the topic of impact of Covid-19 on food security and global food supply on Monday March 8 at 11am PST. The title of his lecture is "The Radical Potential of the Right to Food," and it is free a
February 15
Professor Mary Wood, Philip H. Knight Professor from the University of Oregon, will discuss Nature’s Trust: Protecting An Ecological Endowment for Posterity at the virtual 33rd Environmental Law Distinguished Visitor Lecture at Lewis and Clark Law School on March 16, 2022.
January 28
Marcilynn A. Burke, Dean of the University of Oregon School of Law, was recently confirmed to the five-member Oregon Transportation Commission (OTC). Governor Kate Brown nominated Dean Burke, the Dave Frohnmayer Chair in Leadership and Law, to serve on this volunteer commission.
January 27
Washington Monthly: Professor of Practice Garrett Epps writes about Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.
January 25
Professor Nantiya Ruan, Oregon Law’s 2021-22 Galen Distinguished Guest in Legal Writing, met with students, faculty, and administrators for a virtual visit on January 13, 2022.