School of Law

River and mountains with Land Air Water logo
February 27

Annual conference will promote unity among environmentalists

The Public Interest Environmental Law Conference will bring thousands of activists to the UO
Knight Law Center
February 21

Campus visits continue for School of Law dean candidates

Public presentations are Feb. 12, 23 and 27 in the Knight Law Center
Geoffrey Stone
February 14

University of Chicago professor to discuss free speech challenges

Geoffrey Stone will discuss the balance between free speech and civility
Knight Law Center
February 13

Candidates for School of Law dean scheduled to visit campus

Final candidates for the dean of the School of Law will began meeting with campus this week. The four finalists are scheduled to be on campus between Feb.
Protest sign with information about the activism forum
February 1

Student forum focuses on the role of universities in activism

The role of universities in either fostering or limiting social activism is the topic of a campus forum to be held at the Erb Memorial Union.
A card being swiped through a timekeeping device
January 12

Study suggests new timekeeping software could hurt workers

The work by professor Liz Tippett looks at new devices that track employee hours
Dave Frohnmayer and Lorry I. Lokey
November 21

Lokey gift creates Oregon Law’s new Dave Frohnmayer Chair

The first endowed chair of the School of Law honors the former president's legacy and will help grow educational efforts centered on leadership
Ibram X. Kendi
November 21

Author Ibram Kendi to visit UO to discuss race in America

Kendi recently won the National Book Award for a history of racist ideas
Robert Kuttner
October 21

Robert Kuttner to speak in Portland and Eugene on 2016 election

Kuttner will discuss the challenges facing the next president
Amy Stuart Wells
October 13

New Morse Chair to speak on public education and democracy

Amy Stuart Wells of Columbia University studies race and education

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