School of Law

Patient receiving an injection
August 17

The ethical case for allowing medical trials using COVID-19

Deliberately infecting volunteers to test vaccines could save thousands of lives
Federal officers using tear gas against Portland protesters
July 27

Lawsuits over federal officers test issues other cities may face

Four court cases challenge the Trump administration's effort to quell Portland protests
Supermarket in Iraq
July 22

To reduce world hunger, think beyond making food cheap

Focusing on low prices can promote environmental damage and brutal economies
5 on COVID-19 with a man walking a dog while both are wearing masks
July 15

Five UO Experts on COVID-19

UO faculty break down the virus from their areas of expertise
Office workers at computers
July 8

Here's what to expect if you're worried about returning to work

Law professor Liz Tippett offers some information for those concerned about COVID-19
The Order of the Coif pin
June 24

14 Oregon Law grads elected to prestigious Order of the Coif

The UO School of Law is the only one in Oregon to bestow the honor
Law School osprey 2020
June 22

Oregon Law announces names of three osprey chicks

Sabrina, Ruthy and Satou were selected through online voting
Barber cutting a man's hair
June 19

Why businesses are asking people to sign COVID-19 waivers

Law professor says the risk of contracting COVID-19 should be a shared responsibility
Knight Law Center
June 12

Law school's Class of 2020 uses gift to help fellow students

The class gift will be used to help law students affected by the COVID-19 pandemic
School of Law
June 4

Summer programs will help law students during COVID-19

The School of Law is providing alternatives to traditional summer internships