School of Law

Rioters in the Capitol building
January 12

Fired for rioting? Most workers don't have a legal recourse

Law professor Liz Tippett says most workers in the U.S. can be fired for any reason, or none
Mary Morrison
January 11

Master of Laws student wins prestigious AAUW fellowship

Mary Morrison of Kenya hopes to pursue a career in environmental law
Kathleen Hall Jamieson
January 8

Researcher to discuss challenges of COVID-19 communication

Kathleen Jamieson co-founded FactCheck.org and is a professor at UPenn
Wind power generators
January 4

UO’s Environment Initiative to host its first virtual event

The forum will bring constituencies together to probe clean energy's future in Oregon
December 10

Three UO law grads land jobs in Washington bankruptcy court

Suzanne Daigle, Taylor Jones and Bryan Williamson work the Western District office
Workers making TikTok video
December 4

How TikTok is upending workplace social media policies

From rebel nurses to dancing cops, the social media platform tests employer rules
U.S. Supreme Court Building
December 1

UO prof's amicus brief is part of Supreme Court foster care case

Ellen Herman and co-authors wrote about the history of U.S. child welfare programs
Climate Justice illustration
November 25

Law professor to outline strategies for healing climate injustice

Robin Morris Collin says reparations in some form are needed to effect change
Campus building
November 9

UO Law's Nonprofit Clinic offers free governance assessments

Services will be provided remotely this spring, offering help to more-distant clients
Vesla Weaver
November 6

Johns Hopkins prof to discuss racial inequality, democracy

Vesla Weaver is the final speaker in the Morse Center's 20th anniversary celebration

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