The U.S. News and World Report has just ranked the University of Oregon School of Law the top law school in the Pacific Northwest. It was also ranked 85th in the entire U.S. Other accolades was awarded to the Law School by the ranking body including top 3 ranking in legal writing, top 8 ranking in dispute resolution and top 11 ranking in environmental law. Overall, the School of Law is ranked first in Oregon and second in the region among other law schools.
The honor afforded to the School of Law only signified the breadth and depth of the entire law school community's hard work and its faculty scholarship. It also reflects the valuable support provided by the University, its friends and alumni to the School of Law.
The University of Oregon School of Law currently offers four full-time LLM programs as follows:
- LLM Environmental and Natural Resources Concentration
- LLM American Law Concentration
- LLM Business Law Concentration
- LLM Conflict and Dispute Resolution Concentration
praised and consistently selected as one of the best. All LLM programs has two intakes yearly, i.e., January and August. To further strengthen its faculty, the law school will welcome in the fall Marcilynn Burke, dean and Frohnmayer Chair in Leadership and Law. Her expertise in environmental law, natural resources, property law and leadership will significantly benefit the law school's programs. A new faculty with expertise in criminal law will likewise join the law school in the coming academic year.