School of Law

Climate change protester
October 26

Ducks help build the foundation for a landmark climate lawsuit

Students held a rally at the federal courthouse after the Supreme Court put the trial on hold
Bernice Yeung with panel
September 17

Journalist to discuss sexual assault of vulnerable women

Bernice Yeung's work at the Center for Investigative Reporting has earned numerous awards
Josh Gordon
June 28

New book looks at what it takes to build a sports dynasty

Sports business instructor Josh Gordon says winning consistently requires a team approach
Osprey cam image
June 12

Now webcam stars, the UO's two osprey chicks need names

The School of Law is holding an online contest to help decide what to call its newest peeps
'Human Flow' poster
May 31

Documentary by artist Ai Weiwei will have two showings at UO

The film, to be shown June 7 and 12, looks at the refugee crisis in 23 countries over one year
Exterior of the Wayne Morse Federal Courthouse in Eugene.
May 8

Landmark climate lawsuit involving UO students will proceed

Plaintiffs argue that their futures are imperiled by government inaction on climate change
Second-year law student Caulin Price stops to watch the nest on a screen in the Law Library during a final exam study break
May 3

Webcam is drawing eyes to an osprey nest above UO law school

Even with the school's May 19 graduation looming, people are watching ospreys with their recently laid eggs
Bhairavi Desai
April 26

Union organizer will discuss the gig economy at campus events

Bhairavi Desai, of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance, will speak in Portland and Eugene
Law professor Liz Tippett
April 12

Secrecy rules can put lawyers in the hot seat, prof writes

In an article for The Conversation, Liz Tippett writes about the reasons for attorney-client privilege, and its pitfalls
UO Portland's White Stag Block
April 5

UO Portland celebrates 10 years in the White Stag Block

An open house April 17 will showcase academics and other programs provided in the Rose City