2019 Oregon Law Award Nominations Now Open!
Each year at the Oregon Law Awards Dinner the University of Oregon School of Law presents the John E. Jaqua Distinguished Alumnus Award, the Outstanding Young Alumnus Awardand the Oregon Law School’s Minoru Yasui Justice Award. These awards will be presented during the Alumni and Friends Fall…
In 1977, Oregon Law hosted the Oregon Supreme Court as they heard arguments in Eugene for the first time in its history. Thursday, March 7, 2019 marked the 44th year of celebrating this long legal tradition.
In a visit that has become one of the highlights of the law school calendar, the court heard oral arguments in pending cases and…
(Eugene, Ore.) The University of Oregon School of Law has once again been named a top law school in the Pacific Northwest by U.S. News and World Report. The law school remained first in Oregon and second in the Pacific Northwest with its move up to 83 in the nation, an increase from last year’s rank of 85.
The University of Oregon School of Law’s Environmental Natural Resources Law Center received a grade of ‘A+’ according to newly released rankings from preLaw magazine, a publication of The National Jurist.
A+ is the highest score possible on its new list of best law school programs. The magazine graded law schools based on…
In anticipation of her appearance at the 20th Anniversary Domestic Violence Clinic Gala and Fundraiser, Tonya Harding talks with the UO School of Law about her experiences with domestic violence.
Note: The content of this interview includes themes of violence, which may be distressing for some readers.
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