School of Law

Abortion protesters
June 24

Roe decision sets off massive, but uneven, effects, experts say

Some states, such as Oregon, might see few immediate changes, but other issues loom
Law school graduation ceremony
May 16

Law school sets first in-person commencement since 2019

More than 150 degrees will be awarded at the May 21 event at Matthew Knight Arena
Pro-choice and anti-abortion protesters
May 11

UO experts weigh in on Supreme Court leak, possible end of Roe

Three faculty members share their views on the draft ruling and its implications
Knight Law Center
May 9

New graduate certificate offered in conflict management

The program serves both current graduate students and working professionals
Ospreys on nest with eggs
May 6

Ospreys return to law school nest, along with naming contest

Three eggs are waiting to hatch, and names will be announced June 1
Electric buses in a charging station
May 2

Law professor tackles climate change legislation in US Senate

Greg Dotson was chief counsel for the Committee on Environment and Public Works
Morse scholars group photo
April 14

Apply now for Wayne Morse Scholars program for undergrads

Applications for the 2022-23 academic year must be submitted by May 15
Exterior of Knight Law Center
March 31

Oregon Law graduates have best job outcomes since recession

Members of the Class of 2021 found positions in a range of employment settings
Aerial view of campus
March 28

UO programs again rank high in US News graduate school list

Programs from law and business climb while special education stays at No. 3 nationally
Ukraine flag with silhouettes of refugees
March 28

UO political experts view Russian invasion through different lenses

Faculty members weigh the effects of Putin’s ambition, sanctions and miscalculations

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