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Cords

Those members of the class receiving the LLM degree wear gold cord. Those receiving the master
of studies in law degree wear dark green cord. Students wearing silver cord have earned Latin honors. Members of the Cornelius Honor Society wear purple cord. Those who have earned Community Service honors wear royal blue cord. Students who have earned Pro Bono honors wear light blue cord.

Members of the Phi Delta Phi international honor society wear cord of red and light blue. Members of the class who served on the Animal Law Review wear cord of purple and forest green. Those who served on the Environmental Law Review wear cord of green and white. Students who served on the Lewis & Clark Law Review wear cord of black and orange. Veterans and members of the U.S. Armed Forces wear cord of red, white, and blue.

Graduates also may wear cords or stoles representing their academic focus, affiliations, and activities.

  • American Constitution Society - Red and royal blue
  • Asian Pacific American Law Student Association - Red
  • Business Law Society - Green and silver
  • Crime Victims’ Rights Alliance - Lavender and white
  • Data Privacy Group -Teal
  • Disability Allied Law Students Association -Purple and gold
  • Education Law Society - Forest green and white
  • Family Law Society - Light blue and white
  • Health Law Society -Purple and silver
  • L&C Law Trail Running Club -Rose
  • Latinx Law Society - Serape stole
  • LC Law School Animal Legal Defense Fund - Orange
  • Minority Law Student Association - Black and bright gold
  • National Lawyers Guild - Lime green
  • Oregon Criminal Defense Law Student Association - Maroon
  • OutLaw- Rainbow
  • Peace Corps, AmeriCorps - White
  • Public Interest Law Project- Kelly green
  • Student Bar Association - Green and gold
  • Students for Eliminating Environmental Discrimination (SEED)-  Lavender and gold
  • Women in Criminal Law - Purple and white