Oregon Law Schools

Comprehensive Directory of Law Schools in Oregon in Alphabetical Order

Oregon Law Schools

  • Eugene - University of Oregon School of Law
    1515 Agate St, Eugene, Eugene 97403, Phone: (541) 346-3852

    The University of Oregon Law School offers a rigorous legal education with a curriculum that balances - Basic intellectual and analytic skills for the practice of law - An introduction to advanced and frontier areas of law - Knowledge of the persistent values of law and the legal system - An opportunity to develop hands-on legal skills

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  • Portland - Lewis & Clark Law School
    10015 S.W. Terwilliger Boulevard, Portland 97219, Phone: (503) 768-6600

    Lewis & Clark Law School offers students some of the finest classroom teaching available at any law school in the country. Our faculty not only bring excellent academic credentials to the law school; they also reflect a breadth of experience that gives depth and creative energy to their teaching. The combination of thorough theoretical training and practical experience presents a rich academic resource for our law students.

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  • Salem - Willamette University College of Law
    245 Winter Street S.E., Salem 97301, Phone: (503) 370-6282

    Willamette University is an independent, nonsectarian institution of higher learning founded in 1842, which educates men and women in the liberal arts and in selected professional fields. The University’s mission now extends far beyond from the Oregon Territory and the Pacific Northwest to encompass the larger world beyond. In its pursuits, Willamette University: cherishes the dignity and worth of all individuals, and strives to reflect the diversity of our world; encourages close relationships among faculty, students, and staff to enhance learning and foster community; provides a lively and challenging education in a small university setting where teaching and learning are strengthened by ongoing scholarship and research; embraces a commitment to service and leadership in our various communities and professions; honors its historic roots in The United Methodist Church and values the ethical and spiritual dimension of education; believes that education is a lifelong process of discovery, delight, and growth, the hallmark of a humane life.

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