How to Request UO transcripts for LSAC

Unfortunately UO uses a different electronic transcript system than LSAC, so it is necessary to request paper transcripts from UO in a way that will ensure LSAC’s Transcript Request Form is included with the transcript UO sends to LSAC.

To request your UO transcripts in a way that ensures your LSAC Transcript Request Form is included with your transcript, please follow these instructions:

  1. In your Student Menu on Duckweb, select Grades and Transcripts Menu.
  2. Select Request Official Transcript.
  3. Ensure current contact information and attendance information, etc. is accurate.
  4. Under “Where to Deliver Your Request” select “Send to Professional Society / Organization” and hit the Select & Continue button.
  5. In the box next to “Enter Professional Society” type “Law School Admission Council” and hit the Continue button.
  6. Fill in the Professional Society information using the LSAC address information found in the letterhead of your transcript request form. (Instructions for accessing your transcript request form can be found here.)
  7. Review and verify your transcript request by following the on-screen instructions.
  8. Print out the Transcript Request Form, sign it, and either bring it in person to the Registrar’s Office (Oregon Hall, 2nd floor) or email it to registrar@uoregon.edu with a request for the Registrar’s Office to include the form with the transcript they send to LSAC. This visit should take place or email should be sent within a half an hour of requesting the transcript on Duckweb.

If you have any questions about the transcript request process for law school, please feel free to contact UO’s Office of the Registrar at 541-346-2935 or registrar@uoregon.edu.

Locked Up and Shut Out: How Mass Incarceration and Mass Deportation Are Intertwined

Friday, October 27, 2017, 12 pm – 4 pm
184 Knight Law Center

12-2 p.m.: Brown bag lunch and public discussion

2-4 p.m.: Scholarly symposium

This event is part of the Wayne Morse Center’s 2017-2019 theme, Borders, Migration, and Belonging.

Speakers for this event include:

  • Kelly Lytle Hernandez is an associate professor in the UCLA History Department. Her work focuses on race, policing, immigration, and incarceration in the United States.
  • Torrie Hester is an assistant professor in the St. Louis University History Department. Her research interests include immigration and region, race and ethnicity, as well as law and foreign policy during the late nineteenth and the early twentieth centuries.
  • Sharon Luk is an assistant professor in the University of Oregon Ethnic Studies Department. Her fields of study include racism and racial capitalism, ethnic ontologies, epistemology, social movements, feminisms, and ephemeral archives.

More information about this event can be found at the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics.

Event: Define American: My Life as an Undocumented Immigrant featuring Jose Antonio Vargas

Tuesday, October 24, 2017
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
156 Straub Hall

Jose Antonio Vargas will discuss how American identity and citizenship are construed in culture and policy, through the telling of his own story. Vargas, the 2017-18 Wayne Morse Chair, is a Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist and filmmaker. He is the founder of Define American, a nonprofit organization that uses storytelling to shift the conversation about immigration, and #EmergingUS, a multimedia startup for a new multi-ethnic, multiracial America.

In 2011, Vargas wrote an essay for the New York Times Magazine in which he revealed and chronicled his life in America as an undocumented immigrant. A year later, he appeared on the cover of TIME with fellow undocumented immigrants as part of a follow-up story he wrote. He also wrote, produced, and directed Documented, an award-winning documentary on his experience. Vargas will be in residence at the Wayne Morse Center mid-October to mid-November 2017. His visit is in conjunction with the Wayne Morse Center’s 2017-19 theme of inquiry, Borders, Migration, and Belonging.

Cosponsors include the UO Center for Student Involvement: BE Series, Cinema Studies, Oregon Humanities Center, Division of Equity and Inclusion, School of Journalism and Communication, Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies, and Ethnic Studies.

More information available from the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics.

Law School Fair | Saturday, Nov 11, 2017

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Erb Memorial Union Ballroom

Schedule:

10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Law School Admissions Panel: How to Prepare Effectively for Law School

11:00 a.m – 2:00 p.m.
Law School Fair Expo – Connect with over 60 law schools!

The UO’s annual law fair will include representatives from nearly 60 law schools including University of Washington, University of Oregon, Lewis & Clark College, and Willamette University. The fair is an excellent opportunity for prospective law students to interact with admissions personnel and learn more about law schools they may consider attending.

See a list of registered law schools below!

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Practice LSAT Jan 21st at Willamette Law

Practice LSAT @ Willamette University Law
Saturday, Jan 21st at 8:00 am
Free – RSVP Required

An important way to prepare for the LSAT is to take a practice LSAT test under time constraints. This helps you estimate the amount of time you can afford to spend on each question in a given section to help you study more efficiently. Willamette University College of Law invites you to a Practice LSAT Test on their campus to ensure you’re ready for your upcoming LSAT.

RSVP for the Practice LSAT here!

Free LSAT Workshop and Track Town Pizza

lsat_prepTestMasters will be hosting a Free LSAT Workshop on Tuesday, March 15th from 6PM-8PM in the HEDCO Education Building, Room 146. Track Town Pizza will be served!

Please see the following message from TestMasters:

The workshop will be conducted by Jeff Benjamin, a veteran TestMasters instructor with a perfect 180 LSAT score and 13 years of LSAT teaching experience. Attendees will be challenged with a series of difficult LSAT questions and Jeff will demonstrate the most effective methods for tackling them. If you are interested in law school and want crush the LSAT, don’t miss this great opportunity!

Seating is limited: RSVP HERE!