List of Law Schools in Oregon
Lewis & Clark College Northwestern School of Law
Joint degrees awarded: JD/LL.M. in Environmental Law
Student activities: Law reviews: Lewis & Clark (general), Env.
Law, Animal Law. Moot Courts: appell. advocacy, client counsel.,
mock trial, negotiation. Separate competitions for env. law, animal
law, federal Indian law, immigration law, and international law.
Over 20 student orgs, including pub. int. law, minority law
students, business law, intell. prop., crim. law, env. law, women's
law caucus, Federalist Society.
University of Oregon School of Law
Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.A./M.S. Environmental
Studies; J.D./M.P.A.; J.D./M.A. International Studies; J.D./M.C.R.P.
Student activities: From Ultimate Frisbee to the National
Appellate Advocacy Competition, students at UO participate in a
broad range of activities. These include three major law reviews,
eight moot court and mock trial programs, and over forty student
groups such as Women's Law Forum, Outlaws (LGBT), and many minority
student organizations. Students also participate actively on
virtually every faculty committee.
Willamette University Truman Wesley Collins Legal Center
Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.
Student activities: Students participate in the Law Review, the
Journal of International Law and Dispute Resolution, the Sports Law
Journal, and the Willamette Law Online case summary and updating
service; students also participate in various moot court
competitions. The school operates a legal clinic and offers an
extensive externship program that gives students opportunities to
gain practice experience.