Faculty in the Media

A crowd in Washington, D.C. reacts to the guilty verdict for former police officer Derek Chavin for the murder of George Floyd. (Shutterstock)
April 23
Around the O: This week’s guilty verdict of a Minneapolis police officer for the murder of George Floyd provides some measure of justice, but there is much more work to do to in holding police accountable for misconduct, UO law professor Jennifer Reynolds said. Story Includes link to Dean Marcilynn Burke message.
April 22
What we do in these next few weeks, months, and years will shape the kind of society that we will pass down to future generations.
April 21
Around the O: In a state known for its inspiring landscapes — its beauty, how its residents both embrace and rely on it for sustenance — University of Oregon faculty, staff and students bring that same passion and fervor toward studying our environment and tackling the biggest challenges facing it. | Professor Adell Amos and ENR Executive Director Heather Brinton are quoted.
April 21
The Conversation: UO law professor Liz Tippett writes for The Conversation.The story was picked up by the following outlets: Connecticut Post, Houston Chronicle, NewsBreak, Flipboard, Associated Press, Yahoo
art piece, people in black and white protesting, superimposed over a color ad of a tomato.
April 14
The Guardian: Michael Fakhri, the UN special rapporteur on the right to food, says the US food system is built on injustices but there is hope where people are prioritizing the right to food
April 8
The members of the national Association of Legal Writing Directors (ALWD) have selected Oregon Law professor Rebekah Hanley to serve as their incoming President-Elect.
Erik Girvan
April 2
Erik Girvan’s research investigates how stereotypes, attitudes, and other biases might impact decisions in the legal system.
March 31
Ever wonder "What is the relationship between state tax burden and economic growth?" Oregon Law Professor Roberta Mann answers that question and more in WalletHub article
How Oregon Law Ranks Nationally. #1 in Oregon, #2 in PNW,  U.S. News. Top Ranking Specialties: #1 Legal Research and Writing, #10 Environmental Law, #12 Dispute Resolution. 2022 U.S. News and World Report
March 29
The annual national ranking of law schools was just released by U.S. News and World Report. The overall University of Oregon School of Law rose 16 points to #72. The Legal Research and Writing Program, the foundation to every law student’s education, is #1 (tied) in the nation.
LRW US News Ranking
March 29
Oregon Law’s Legal Research and Writing (LRW) Program is #1 in the nation, its highest ranking ever, tied with another top program. LRW is the law school’s first program to earn a #1 national ranking from US News and World Report.

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