School of Law

Alondra Nelson
April 19

Noted sociologist to discuss science, technology and inequality

Alondra Nelson, newly appointed to a White House position, will speak virtually April 29
Aerial view of the Knight Campus and Hayward Field
April 5

Wayne Morse Center announces lineup of spring events

The series winds up the center's two-year 'Science, Policy, and the Public' theme
Aerial view of campus
March 30

UO education, law rated among nation’s best graduate programs

The 2022 rankings from U.S. News & World Report were released March 30
Knight Law Center
March 30

UO School of Law programs rise in national rankings

Two University of Oregon law programs are ranked in the nation’s top 10
Lia Epperson
February 4

Civil rights expert to speak at annual Derrick Bell Lecture

Lia Epperson is a professor at the American University Washington College of Law
Françoise Baylis
February 3

Bioethicist named as this year's Wayne Morse Chair

Françoise Baylis is a research professor at Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia
Syringe with vaccine
February 3

The next vaccine hurdle? Convincing a skeptical public

UO faculty weigh in on steps that could bring the pandemic scourge to an earlier end
Greg Dotson
February 1

Environmental law professor accepts US Senate position

Greg Dotson will be chief counsel for the Committee on Environment and Public Works
ARCO am/pm sign
January 27

Consumer protection research gets boost from new funding

An award from a class-action lawsuit will give the UO $300,000 each year for 10 years
Barney "Scout" Mann out on the trail
January 20

Hiker's Hiker Barney “Scout” Mann on the Pacific Crest Trail

Having hiked thousands of miles over the years, law alumnus pens his experiences on the PCT

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