School of Law

Student gathering on courthouse steps
January 23

Dismissal of landmark climate lawsuit might not close the book

Law professor Mary Wood writes that the case could go to the U.S. Supreme Court
Law students address committee
January 15

From the classroom to Congress: Oregon law students in D.C.

10 law students spent a semester preparing to appear before a House committee
Truvada bottle and pills
January 3

Lawyers are trying to scare you with Facebook advertisements

Advocacy groups are raising alarms about law firms seeking clients to sue drug companies
Silhouettes
November 25

The more women run, the more they are treated like candidates

Law professor Elizabeth Tippett writes about the evolution of female political candidates
Office scene
November 19

Why saying 'OK boomer' at work is considered age discrimination

Federal law protects older workers, law professor Elizabeth Tippett writes, but not millennials
Stephanie Land
October 31

Bestselling author to speak as part of Morse Center program

Stephanie Land, author of 'Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive,' speaks Nov. 6
Rhaisa Kameela Williams
October 18

Lorwin Lecture to examine black motherhood and grief

Rhaisa Kameela Williams will speak Oct. 25 on Toni Morrison's play about Emmett Till
Oregon Court of Appeals Judge David Schuman
October 10

UO remembers attorney, jurist and professor David Schuman

The UO community reflects on the legal legacy of an honored alum and distinguished professor
Josh Roering, Kelly Graves, Michelle McKinley, Matt Thomas
October 3

Wings has leadership, research and kombucha on tap

President Michael Schill will give an update about the UO during the Oct. 16 event in Portland
Seismologist Lucy Jones
October 2

'Earthquake Lady' Lucy Jones is the next Wayne Morse Chair

A Caltech and USGS seismologist, Jones is a leading voice in natural disaster resiliency

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