School of Law

Parents at home with children
March 20

New federal sick leave law: Who's eligible, who's not

The new law is full of exceptions and does not provide blanket coverage for all workers
Woman in face mask giving thumbs-up
March 20

Coronavirus quarantines and your rights: 4 questions answered

A state of emergency allows a state to activate its emergency or disaster plan
Aerial view of campus
March 20

Education, law are again among the best in grad school rankings

The College of Education rose to No. 4 among public universities in the U.S.
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March 10

UO researchers are providing expertise on new coronavirus

Faculty members have been quoted on the health, economic and risk factors from the outbreak
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March 9

Grant to help underrepresented undergrads with law school prep

The UO School of Law will be one of seven nationwide to offer the program
Worker using tissue at her desk
March 9

Will sick leave help me if I get COVID-19? 5 questions answered

Editor’s note: In the coming weeks and months, an outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States could leave workers scrambling to figure out what happens to
Sabrina Ionescu
March 4

Sabrina: A look back at a Duck's Mount Rushmore-worthy career

Now a collegiate superstar, Ionescu preps for her last Pac-12, NCAA championships
Robert Bilott
March 3

Update: Environmental law event canceled due to coronavirus

The Public Interest Environmental Law Conference runs March 5-8 on campus
Kathleen Hall Jamieson
March 2

Communication researcher to discuss trust in science and elections

Kathleen Hall Jamieson, co-founder of FactCheck.org, will speak March 11 in the EMU
Michael Gerhardt
March 2

Law school to host lecture on presidential impeachment

Michael Gerhardt testified at the Clinton impeachment and Supreme Court confirmations

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