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Two Willamette Law alumni appointed judges »

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown appointed two Willamette Law alumni to open judge positions this week. Steven R. Powers JD’01 was named to position seven on the Oregon Court of Appeals, and Christopher A. Ramras JD’96 was named to position 15 on the Multnomah County Circuit Court. Both appointments are effective July 17. Powers has worked […]

Naomi Haslitt JD’07 named one of “Forty Under 40” by Portland Business Journal »

The Portland Business Journal named Naomi Haslitt JD’07 to its annual “Forty Under 40” list of achieving young professionals in early May. Haslitt received her award at a luncheon held last Friday to honor the winners. She was the only person on the list with a Willamette University or Willamette Law education. Naomi Haslitt JD’07Haslitt […]

The Best Coffee Shops Nearby – According to an Undergrad »

Welcome to Willamette! You may have heard that Seattle is the coffee capital of the Northwest, but you needn’t go further north for great coffee — it’s right here in Salem. You may be tempted to search on Yelp for a coffee shop, or maybe you already have. Coffee fuels the mind, body, and soul, […]

Good luck on today’s LSAT! »

Good luck on today’s LSAT! – from your friends at Willamette Law.  

Law Review »

Willamette Law Review is the oldest academic journal on campus, and publishes three issues each year. To join law review, the top third of the 1L class is invited to participate in a write-on competition the summer after their 1L year.  After serving for a year on law review, members may run for editorial board positions […]

Putting her heart and soul into law »

The second graduate of Willamette College of Law’s 3+3 program hopes to use the law to improve people’s lives. Usually, professors inspire students. But this year, former Oregon Supreme Court Chief Justice and Willamette law faculty member Paul De Muniz found himself particularly impressed by one of his student’s dedication and commitment to social justice. […]

You Can Still Attend Law School This Fall! »

If you are interested in taking the LSAT in June and want to attend law school this fall, here are some steps to maximize your ability to get accepted and start your path to a JD degree. The June LSAT is the final LSAT that can be used for enrolling in law school in Fall […]

Be a change agent at Willamette Law »

Willamette Law is at the confluence of law creation, adjudication, statewide policy development, and the pursuit of justice. In other words, we’re in an ideal location to study law if you’re interested in law and government and being an agent of change. Willamette is located literally across the street from Oregon’s State Capitol and Supreme […]

Springtime in Salem »

It’s springtime in Salem, which for a few weeks in March and April means one thing: CHERRY BLOSSOMS! Nicknamed “The Cherry City,” Salem is famous for its many cherry trees, covering the State Capitol Mall, the Willamette University campus, and much of the Willamette Valley. The blossoms have faded by now, but check out some […]

Housing Resources »

The time has come — we are starting to get some requests about housing resources. We are here to help! Our website has information about apartments we are aware of. We update this about once a month or so, but this is a great place to start. It shows rent prices, amenities, and distances from […]