School of Law

Worker using tissue at her desk
March 9

Will sick leave help me if I get COVID-19? 5 questions answered

Editor’s note: In the coming weeks and months, an outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States could leave workers scrambling to figure out what happens to
Sabrina Ionescu
March 4

Sabrina: A look back at a Duck's Mount Rushmore-worthy career

Now a collegiate superstar, Ionescu preps for her last Pac-12, NCAA championships
Robert Bilott
March 3

Update: Environmental law event canceled due to coronavirus

The Public Interest Environmental Law Conference runs March 5-8 on campus
Kathleen Hall Jamieson
March 2

Communication researcher to discuss trust in science and elections

Kathleen Hall Jamieson, co-founder of FactCheck.org, will speak March 11 in the EMU
Michael Gerhardt
March 2

Law school to host lecture on presidential impeachment

Michael Gerhardt testified at the Clinton impeachment and Supreme Court confirmations
Karla Holloway
February 24

Duke University professor to reflect on ‘A Life in Letters’

Karla Holloway studies African American literature, bioethics, gender and law
Tina Campt
February 10

Brown University professor to discuss ‘The New Black Gaze’

Tina Campt explores new ways of viewing historically dismissed photos of black subjects
Spiral begonia photo
February 6

See nature up close in a new law school art exhibit

Images by photographer Charles H. Jones will be on display through May 20
Man and woman at water cooler
January 29

Worried about accidentally harassing a woman? Don’t be

Overdoing it by avoiding women can do real harm to their careers, a law professor writes
Ocean waves
January 27

Feb. 5 event kicks off UO’s involvement in the Year of Water

The initiative stresses how Oregon research universities address water-related challenges

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