Edmonds Retires from Court of Appeals When Judge Walter I. Edmonds JD’67 steps down from the Oregon Court of Appeals at the end of the month, he will carry with him the distinction of having served on the appeals court longer than any other judge in state history.


Stritmatter Receives Lifetime Achievement Award In early December, the Washington State Association for Justice honored attorney Paul L. Stritmatter JD’69 with a Lifetime Achievement Award.


Refugee Law Students Win Asylum Case In late November, two Willamette law students won asylum for a young high school girl from the Republic of The Gambia in Western Africa, where she was at serious risk for persecution and possibly death.


Chief Justice De Muniz Keynote Address The Chief Justice discusses the Oregon Supreme Court at 150 years and beyond.


Standen to Testify Before House Committee on Energy and Commerce Professor Jeffrey Standen has been asked to lend his legal expertise to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce by providing testimony on the NFL's StarCaps case.


Willamette Graduates Top Washington State Bar Exam Willamette law graduates surpassed the graduates of all other law schools in Washington and Oregon on the most recent Washington State Bar exam.


WUCL Alumnus Named Best Young Entrepreneur in Asia by BusinessWeek Carlos Moncayo, who earned a Certificate in Dispute Resolution at Willamette University College of Law, recently was chosen the best young entrepreneur in Asia by BusinessWeek magazine readers.


Morris Collin Featured in The Oregonian College of Law Professor Robin Morris Collin was featured in a recent article in The Oregonian as “a national leader in law that respects the planet and its people.”


Letsou to Teach at the Sorbonne Professor Peter V. Letsou has been selected to teach in a special masters program at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne throughout the month of November.


Hans Linde Honored In early September, members of the Oregon Law Commission honored former Oregon Supreme Court Justice Hans A. Linde for his 12 years of service on the Commission.


Willamette Surpasses Peers on Oregon State Bar Exam For the seventh consecutive year, the graduates of Willamette University College of Law have outperformed their peers on the Oregon State Bar examination.


Thomas Angelo Appointed to Federal Panel Thomas E. Angelo BA’68, JD’71 has been appointed to the Federal Service Impasses Panel of the Federal Labor Relations Authority by President Barack Obama.


College of Law Named a "Best Value" WUCL ranked 58 nationally for high-quality education and reasonable tuition.


House of Lords Cites Symeonides The United Kingdom's Supreme Court, the House of Lords, recently referred to Dean Symeon C. Symeonides as a "leading authority in the United States" and cited his book The American Choice-of-Law Revolution: Past, Present and Future (Hague Academy (2006).


Law Faculty a Valuable Resource for Media Although school is out for the summer, the College of Law faculty has continued to serve as an important resource for local and national media.


Frances Burge Appointed to Bench In early June, Gov. Ted Kulongoski announced the appointment of WUCL alumna Frances Burge JD'98 to the Douglas County Circuit Court bench.


Lopez Appointed to Circuit Court Gov. Ted Kulongoski announced the appointment of WUCL alumnus Angel G. Lopez JD’78 to the Multnomah County Circuit Court on May 8, 2009.


WUCL Graduates Class of 2009 On Sunday, May 17, proud parents, family and friends gathered on the Willamette University campus to celebrate the Class of 2009’s graduation.


Symeonides to Address the Grand Dilemmas of Private International Law Symeonides to Address the Grand Dilemmas of Private International Law