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The School of Law was founded in 1884, and was the first Pacific Northwest law school to be accredited by the American Bar Association. Today, the Knight Law Center is home to Oregon's comprehensive public law school. The School of Law offers many endowed centers and special programs, including Dispute Resolution, Environmental and Natural Resources Law, Law and Entrepreneurship, Ocean and Coastal Law, the Portland Program, Public Interest-Public Service, Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics, the Legal Research and Writing Program, and various student groups including three law reviews.

For more information about the School and its programs, visit the web site at: http://www.law.uoregon.edu/.

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  • Hildreth, Richard G.; Reim, Paul (Ocean and Coastal Law Center, School of Law, University of Oregon, March , 1998)
  • Hildreth, Richard G.; Dahlstrom, Carrie; Wilde, Marshall L. (Ocean and Coastal Law Center, School of Law, University of Oregon, January , 1998)
  • Hildreth, Richard G.; Thompson, Jeanne (Ocean and Coastal Law Center, School of Law, University of Oregon, May , 1994)