Confidence is not infallibility
Now that we are done with the nice break that Thanksgiving brought to see family and friends (or at least 4 day weekend), it’s time to start worrying stressing thinking […]
Community and self-care go hand in hand.
Okay, I’m going to tell you a story. It’s a true story… Which subsequently makes it worse. Last year, I attended a discussion about networking followed by a catered opportunity […]
It’s always exciting to hear about fellow UO students doing big things, and JD student Charles Wilson and MBA student Omar Ellis are doing just that. Together they are beginning […]
This afternoon, at the U.N. Global Climate Change Summit, President Obama declared, “We are the first generation to feel the impact of climate change, and the last generation that can do […]
Two things happened on the first day of school: I started my third year and I was called to brief a case. The whole experience felt like a game of dodgeball; my […]
Resume – Check Academic Transcript – Check Cover Letter – Check Reference List – Check Writing Sample 1 (less than 10 pages) – Check Writing Sample 2 (less than 5 […]
The OregonLawBlawg 2014-2015 contributor application is now open. If you are interested in an opportunity to apply your writing skills in a manner that goes beyond legal briefs, this is […]
I am just one 2L with my own experience to reflect on, but I wanted to give you fresh-faced 1L’s some advice. Orientation is basically a week long lecture filled with advice anyways, so why not add my own. Honestly, I just really like giving advice.