School of Law

Cassandra Snelling
May 25

New UO law grads find their third year in Portland is a charm

Some 20 students were in the first graduating class to spend their final year at the UO's law program in Portland
Sigvanna Topkok
May 20

UO law student named president of national association

Some nervousness, honor and humility is what UO law student Sigvanna Topkok felt once she was elected the new president of the
Gov. Kate Brown speaking with students at the UO April 25
April 25

Gov. Kate Brown meets with students for talk on law, politics

The governor was on campus to speak with students about the challenges and opportunities facing women in government.
Melting sea ice in Alaska (Photo: Meghan Sigvanna Topkok)
April 22

Speakers to discuss climate change and native peoples

The April 25 talk is this year’s Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples Lecture.
Conflict resolution puzzle pieces
April 14

Dispute resolution offers $12,500 in aid for double Ducks

The Dean’s Double Duck Award offers $12,500 toward tuition in the two-year program.
3+3 program logo
April 11

New program speeds path to law and bachelor's degrees

The plan will allow honors students to earn both degrees in six years instead of the usual seven.
Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals logo
March 30

Federal appeals court judges to hold session at the UO

Federal appeals judges Diarmuid O’Scannlain, Alfred Goodwin and Edward Leavy will hear three cases beginning at 9:30 a.m. in the Duncan Campbell Auditorium.
Chalkboard with question marks image
March 23

Morse Center panel to discuss state education funding

Panelists will talk about ideas for reversing the trend toward crowded classrooms, fewer teachers and reduced opportunities in Oregon public schools.
President Emeritus Dave Frohnmayer
March 22

Symposium to celebrate the career of Dave Frohnmayer

U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden will receive the 14th annual Frohnmayer Award for Public Service at a reception following the symposium. Both events are in Portland.
Duncan Campbell
March 17

Child advocacy program marks 10th anniversary

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Oregon Child Advocacy Project, a program started with a gift from Portland philanthropist and UO alum Duncan...