Tag: UO Law

UO Law School Open House

University of Oregon School of Law will be hosting an open house that includes a mock law class, information about the application process, and a chance to explore program options and student life.

RSVP by contacting lawadmissions at uoregon dot edu.


New 3+3 Program for Clark Honors College Students

academic_opportunitiesThe University of Oregon School of Law and the Robert D. Clark Honors College are announcing a new program that lets students earn both an undergraduate and law degree in six years.

The 3+3 Program is an accelerated curriculum for students who want to shave a year off the seven years it typically takes to complete both a law and bachelor’s degree. It’s designed to streamline the career path for students in the Clark Honors College interested in the legal field.

Students participating in the program will spend their first three years enrolled in undergraduate courses fulfilling their honors college general education requirements as well as the requirements of their chosen majors and minors.

During the students’ third year, they must take the Law School Admission Test and apply for admission to the law school. The application fee will be waived for students in the 3+3 program.

Upon admission, students begin law school courses in their fourth year, in conjunction with their honors college thesis and thesis defense. Credits earned in the first year of law school will apply to a bachelor’s degree as elective credits, which fulfill the necessary requirements to participate in honors college graduation ceremonies.

Current sophomores and freshmen enrolled in the Clark Honors College are encouraged to learn more about the program this Wednesday, April 13, from 9-10 a.m. in the Knight Library Browsing Room. The event will also be live-tweeted, following @Oregon_Law on Twitter and the hashtag #CHC2Law.

More information about the 3+3 program can be found at Around the O!


Perspectives on Practice – Taking the Leap into Solo Practice

Legal Careers IconThursday, April 7, 1:00 pm
Knight Law Center Room 141

Abigail will be speaking on the nuances and special considerations for opening a solo practice firm.

She is the founder and senior attorney at Molina Group, LLC. She was born and raised in Oregon and has spent the last 5 1/2 years living in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. In 1998 Abigail graduated Cum Laude with Departmental honors with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies from the University of Oregon. She went on to work as a Legal Assistant for an Immigration Attorney from 2000 to 2007. Abigail then decided it was time to move forward with her education. She graduated from the University of Oregon in May 2010 with her J.D. Abigail enjoys playing the piano, cooking, being outside, and spending time with her husband and their 3 1/2 year old daughter.

Free and open to the public.

Immigration Law Speaker: Abigail Molina

law_school_eventsWednesday, April 6, 4:00 pm
Knight Law Center Room 141

Join Abigail, Immigration Law Attorney in Eugene, OR, who represents clients seeking defense from deportation, applications for citizenship, and petitions for humanitarian immigration relief. She will discuss women & children and incarceration on the southwestern border.

Free and open to the public.

7th Annual Sports and Entertainment Law Conference


February 5, 2016UO Logo
Ford Alumni Center
Check-in time: 9:00 – 9:30 am | Start time: 10:00 am | End time: 6:00 pm

Join UO Law’s Sports and Entertainment Law Forum for its 7th Annual Sports and Entertainment law Conference. The event will include discussions on General Counsel, NCAA Compliance, Artist Representation, and Endorsement Deals.  Plus a keynote speaker who will talk about fantasy sports and betting industries. FREE for students, and lunch will be provided!

Register for the conference here.

Sports Law Conference Flier 2016

Access and Higher Education Featuring UO President Michael Schill

law_school_eventsTuesday, January 26, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.UO Logo
Knight Law Center 175

To support access, President Schill announced the Oregon Commitment program, which ensures students have the support they need to graduate in four years, cutting the cost of college dramatically for many students. Join President Schill for a discussion on the issue of access in higher education, as well as the UO’s role in supporting student success.

More information about this event can be found here.