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    JD/MBA student learns adaptability is key to opportunities with joint degree

    JD/MBA student Emily Dougherty wasn't sure the joint degree program was for her. Since joining, she's learned it's a good way to gain valuable business experience that supplements her JD and opens up opportunities in the corporate world.

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    Nontraditional student walks Camino de Santiago and continues path through law school

    After spending 15 years as the wife of a military officer and building a resume with a list of varied jobs, Jennifer Trundy started law school at age 48.

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Admissions

Welcome to Willamette Law! We take pride in our small classes, close-knit community, outstanding professors and courses, and excellent hands-on training programs.

As a Willamette Law student, you'll have opportunities to get up-close with local government (the state capitol is across the street!), learn from local attorneys and judges, and experience the law in externships, clinics, clerkships, moot court competitions, and extracurricular activities.

Now is the time to begin your pursuit of justice with Willamette Law.

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Salem extends tap water alert

On June 14, the City of Salem extended its drinking water advisory for at least two more weeks. This page will be updated as new information becomes available.

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Willamette recognizes staff for outstanding service to the university

Eight employees receive Employee of the Year Awards, including the inaugural Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Award.

Joni Roberts, Gordy Toyama, Ashley Town Stovin, Chris Sabato. Don Tompson, Jim Ames, Sarah Kutten, Ron Jones
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Questions of Truth

Willamette faculty and staff discuss how the university prepares students to separate fact from fiction in an information-saturated world.

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