On Thursday, Jan. 16, the Oregon Court of Appeals visited the University of Oregon School of Law. A three-judge panel heard three cases. Lisa Chernaik v. John Kitzhaber, State v. Tyler Mathew Tripp and Casey J. Deckard v. Diana L. Bunch. Students had the chance to ask the judges and attorneys questions. In Chernaik v. […]
As Knight’s two alma mater’s are set to play each other this Saturday, it’s a good point in time to reflect on how far the University of Oregon has come in such a short amount of time. Knight’s philanthropy has left a lasting impression on this campus in a multitude of ways, but when you’re sitting either at home, at Autzen or at the bar this Saturday when the Ducks take the field against the Stanford Cardinal, try and imagine what things would be like if Knight hadn’t picked Oregon.
For two University of Oregon graduates, heading out of the city and into the country was the best way forward.
During the past academic year, the University law school has had 141 students pass through one of its clinics to give students real-world experience in a court room.