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William W. Knight Law Center

1515 Agate Street, Eugene, OR 97403

Upcoming Events

“Affirmative Action Chronicles: From the Era of Colorblindness to White Nationalism,” with Cheryl Harris.

Cheryl Harris is presented in partnership with the UO African American Workshop and Lecture series, sponsored by the President's Office and faciliatated by...

2/19 12pm
The Known Citizen: Exploring  Privacy in Modern America

Featuring Sarah E. Igo, history professor, director of the American studies program, and faculty director of the E. Bronson Ingram College at Vanderbilt...

2/27 6:30pm
Rivalry and Reform: Presidents, Social Movements, & the Transformation of American Politics

Sidney Milkis, University of Virginia politics professor, and Dan Tichenor, Wayne Morse senior faculty fellow, will discuss their forthcoming book.

3/12 6:30pm
Domestic Violence and the Law - Free Lecture

Come hear experts speak about the latest developments related to the legal response to domestic violence. “Family Court Outcomes in Cases Involving Abuse...

3/14 4pm
Screening—“Shash Jaa’: ‘Bears Ears’”

Short film with comments from Anna Elza Brady (UO Law ’18), former policy & communications strategist for Utah Diné Bikéyah.

4/8 12pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Nicholas Licavoli

Nicholas Licavoli left a positive review 2/12/2018

I thought that John was able to bring light to many of the controversies of free speech very well and also provide great insights on what we can do to support a positive change within and out of our communities.

Rebecca Ivanoff

Rebecca Ivanoff left a positive review 2/6/2017

Very well done. Ms. Arnwine is an engaging speaker and the topic couldn't have been more timely. I encourage the law school to continue the Bell lecture series as an annual event.

Duc M Sam

Duc M Sam left a positive review 10/8/2015

Engaging and educational. As a student of Prof. Terry Hunt, I disagree sometimes with Prof. Kirch, but it was very interesting. In future, more of an effort should be made to court undergraduates, especially first year students. This may be done though the FIGs and Honors College CHIPs.

Alexandra D Flores-Quilty

Alexandra D Flores-Quilty posted a photo 2/13/2014

Rory Isbell

Rory Isbell posted a photo 2/3/2014

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