College of Law welcomes Class of 2013 Dean Symeonides to Class of 2013: "Today you begin the process of joining this honorable and noble profession"


Symeonides elected honorary president Dean Symeonides receives honor from American Society of Comparative Law


Class of 1960 Honored WUCL honors members of the 50-year reunion class at commencement.


WUCL Graduates Class of 2010 The College of Law celebrates its 124th Commencement and Hooding Ceremony.


Former Willamette Employee Establishes New Law Scholarship Clyde B. Spence establishes $100,000 veteran scholarship fund to support the College of Law.


Law Professors Recognized for Teaching and Scholarship Excellence Graham, Hagedorn and Diller are honored during the annual faculty awards ceremony.


Outstanding Law Mentors Honored Shenoa L. Payne JD‘08 and Kristen (Gienger) Williams BA'99, JD‘05 named mentors of the year.


Student Pro Bono Award Winners Announced WUCL recognizes law students who volunteer their time and services to pro bono activities.


WUCL Professor Provides Expert Commentary to AP Professor Keith Cunningham-Parmeter provides expert legal opinion on Oregon Supreme Court's medical marijuana ruling.


Human Right to Water Conference: Call for Papers WUCL seeks submission of scholarly papers from all disciplines exploring the Implementation of the Human Right to Water in the West.


Clinic Students Aid Former Guantanamo Bay Detainee Students in the International Human Rights Clinic help file a lawsuit in U.S. District Court on behalf of a former Guantanamo Bay detainee.


Clinic Students Win Two Critical Asylum Cases Students enrolled in the College of Law’s International Human Rights Clinic win asylum approval for two Clinical Law Program clients.


Green Publishes Comprehensive Examination of Church-State Issues Professor Steven K. Green publishes comprehensive examination of church-state issues in the 19th century.


Clinic Students Help Win Favorable Decision for Oregon Schools Supporters of the Oregon School for the Blind and the Oregon School for the Deaf are celebrating a great victory -- thanks to valuable legal assistance provided by Willamette law students.


Faculty Retirements Professors Kathy T. Graham and Richard B. Hagedorn JD'73 will step down from full-time teaching at the end of the spring semester; Sam Jacobson will retire in May.


Willamette Professor Weighs in on Curriculum Debate Steven K. Green testifies before the Texas State Board of Education on a proposed social studies curriculum that emphasizes the role of Christianity in American history.


WUCL Rankings High Despite Small Size Willamette University College of Law may be small, but we outrank many of our neighboring law schools on key indicators of academic excellence.


College of Law Alumna Named Among Top Forty Under 40 Liani J. Reeves BA'98, JD'01 was named among the Top Forty Under 40 by the Portland Business Journal.


Morris Collin to Discuss Sustainability at Portland City Club Professors Robin Morris Collin and Robert W. Collin will present "Sustainability and Environmental Justice: Why Race (Still) Matters" at the Portland City Club.


Law Student Writes Memoir About Immigrating to America Tapiwa Kapurura, an LL.M. candidate at the College of Law, has written and self-published a fascinating memoir documenting his experiences immigrating to the United States.