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Dean Jennifer Johnson is featured in an article titled “Women Ascend in Deanships as Law Schools Undergo Dramatic Change, in the summer 2016 issue of the ABA’s Perspectives magazine.
For the first time, Oregon July bar exam results will be judged by a standard that is closer to that of national norms. Earlier in the year, the Oregon Supreme Court adopted the recommendations of the Board of Bar Examiners (BBX) to set the pass score at 274, lowering it from its historic score of 284.
May 31News organizations around the nation are covering a lawsuit by the law school’s Criminal Justice Reform Clinic alleging cruel and unusual punishment in one Oregon jail.
On Saturday, May 27, 2017, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown JD ’85 keynoted the law commencement ceremony, at which over 200 graduates received juris doctor degrees.
October 5Dean Jennifer Johnson hosted the first annual Gathering of Women Law Deans at Lewis & Clark Law School on September 30, 2016.