School of Law

John Inglish
July 12

Law school names new conflict and dispute resolution director

John Inglish will be the new leader of the master's degree program
Law professor Michelle McKinley
July 11

CSWS welcomes new director and operations manager

Law professor Michelle McKinley takes over as the new director of the Center for the Study of Women in Society
The Order of the Coif pin
July 5

A dozen UO law graduates named to the Order of the Coif

Election to the national honor society is the highest academic honor for law students
Adam Roberts
June 9

UO grad's fellowship puts him on a path to the foreign service

Adam Roberts will work with the USAID for two years before beginning work with American embassies
President Michael Schill and others walking across campus to deliver an award.
May 25

Nine outstanding faculty members receive UO's highest teaching honors

The Herman and Ersted awards are given annually to recognize excellence in teaching
Cassandra Snelling
May 25

New UO law grads find their third year in Portland is a charm

Some 20 students were in the first graduating class to spend their final year at the UO's law program in Portland
Sigvanna Topkok
May 20

UO law student named president of national association

Some nervousness, honor and humility is what UO law student Sigvanna Topkok felt once she was elected the new president of the
Gov. Kate Brown speaking with students at the UO April 25
April 25

Gov. Kate Brown meets with students for talk on law, politics

The governor was on campus to speak with students about the challenges and opportunities facing women in government.
Melting sea ice in Alaska (Photo: Meghan Sigvanna Topkok)
April 22

Speakers to discuss climate change and native peoples

The April 25 talk is this year’s Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples Lecture.
Conflict resolution puzzle pieces
April 14

Dispute resolution offers $12,500 in aid for double Ducks

The Dean’s Double Duck Award offers $12,500 toward tuition in the two-year program.

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