School of Law

Amy Coney Barrett
October 12

Workers may get help from Barrett, but not in a class action

Law prof says she may be a wild card when it comes to the rights of individual workers
Michael Moffitt
October 12

Law professor Michael Moffitt recipient of two AALS awards

It is the first time a single article won awards from two sections of the law school group
Alondra Nelson
October 5

Noted sociologist and author to take part in lecture series

Alondra Nelson to address science, technology, medicine and social inequality
Wayne Morse
October 5

Wayne Morse Center marks 20 years with a series of free events

A series of free events this fall will celebrate the center's anniversary year
Lecture series speakers
September 30

African American Workshop and Lecture Series begins 5th year

Speakers include former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, the UO's Kimberly Johnson
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
September 22

UO law professor reflects on the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Caroline Forell highlights the legacy of the justice known as 'The Notorious RBG'
Hans Linde and others
September 15

UO marks passing of renowned jurist and scholar Hans Linde

After leaving the School of Law, Linde sat on the Oregon Supreme Court for 13 years
DACA supporters rally
September 15

It's still a conservative Supreme Court, and here's why

Law professor says despite some liberal decisions, the court's major rulings favor conservatives
School of Law
September 10

Oregon Law unveils apprenticeship program for new graduates

It lets legal employers meet staffing needs while providing employment opportunities
U.S. District Court Judge Ann Aiken
September 8

Oregon Law honors Ann Aiken with Meritorious Service Award

A Double Duck, Aiken received her bachelor's degree in 1974 and law degree in 1979

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