School of Law

Law professor Liz Tippett
November 15

#MeToo could change how employers punish harassers

Associate law professor Elizabeth Tippett also spoke with NPR on the topic
Erik Girvan
October 31

Upcoming workshops will help identify unseen biases

Sessions explore the meanings of implicit bias and strategies for prevention
Image of melting globe
October 20

UO Law hosts West Coast symposium on climate change

The Oct. 26 event takes place at UO Portland's White Stag Block
Jose Antonio Vargas
October 5

Pulitzer winner Jose Antonio Vargas to be in residence at UO

The acclaimed journalist will talk about his life as an undocumented immigrant
Skyline image of Portland
October 2

Panelists will explore the legal response to white nationalism

Oregon State Bar and UO law partner to offer continuing legal education in Portland
President Donald Trump
September 25

Why Trump's comments appear to be losing their punch

Donald Trump’s statements and tweets may not have become less controversial or outrageous, but they are being treated as if they were.
Facial recognition map
September 21

Facial recognition on iPhone could hurt privacy, UO prof says

Law professor Carrie Leonetti discussed constitutional issues with PBS Newshour
Northern flicker
September 14

Local artist Greg Giesy brings photo exhibit to UO law school

The show runs through Dec. 18, with a reception Sept. 21 at the Knight Law Center
Law books
July 21

Law prof's alimony app helps attorneys reach fair settlements

Julie Armbrust was recently feature in The Register-Guard speaking about her app
James O'Fallon
July 12

Emeritus law professor James O'Fallon passes at age 72

He was a well-known constitutional law scholar and former faculty athletics representative