University of Oregon School of Law

University of Oregon School of Law

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Basic Information
Type: 
Public
Enrollment: 
435

The University of Oregon, in Eugene, was established in 1884, and was one of the first law schools accredited by the American Bar Association, in 1923. The law school offers a small, collaborative, and close-knit student experience with all the benefits that come with a large, public research institution. Courses and field placements are offered in downtown Portland for third-year law students. The Portland Program acts as a bridge, connecting students with alumni through a mentoring program and networking events. 

Practice area strengths include Environmental law (A+), Family law (A) and Business, Public Interest, and Dispute Resolution (A-). It also has a strong program in Sports law. Interdisciplinary opportunities are easy to find, especially within one of the nine concurrent M.A. or M.S. dual degree options offered in various graduate programs at the University of Oregon. 

Students can participate in one of eight clinics offered through the school, and many opportunities are within walking distance of the law school building. The school’s affordable tuition and low cost of living in Eugene help students keep their debt low. 

Admission Profile
Application Deadline: 
3/1
Application Fee: 

$0

Financial Aid Deadline: 

3/1

 LSATGPA
75th Percentile1603.70
Median1573.41
25th Percentile1533.20
Financial Profile
 ResidentNon-Resident
Tuition$38,088$47,952
Tuition Part-time
Living Expenses
Median grant$26000
Percent receiving grants91.00%
Estimated net tuition[field_estimated_net_tuition]
Employment & Bar Exam Profile
 Rate
Post-grad employment 90.60%
NJ Employment[field_nj_employment_rate]
Bar Passage85.86%
State83.09%
Academic Profile
Concentrations: 
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Business, Corporate, Banking
Criminal Law and Procedure
Environmental/Natural Resource Law
Estate Planning
Family Law/Child & Family
Intellectual Property Law
International Law
Public Interest/Social Justice
Public Policy
Tax Law
Website: 
www.law.uoregon.edu