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Rising 2L Jackie Sandmeyer awarded Shepherd Legal Scholarship

Jackie Sandmeyer works full-time and goes to law school, dedicating most days to the LGBTQ community and constantly striving to find ways to give back.

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Willamette Law chooses Attorney Mentor of the Year

Willamette Law named Salem attorney Jennifer Brown its Mentor of the Year at a reception April 5.

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Street Law holds mock trial program for local high school students

Salem-Keizer high school students learned about the legal process and argued a mock case before an Oregon Court of Appeals judge.

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Training grounds for good

The public interest law project serves a dual purpose: train tomorrow's lawyers and serve the community.

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From the slopes to the courtroom

Like a snowboarding course, first-year law student April Stone's path to Willamette has been a winding and sometimes difficult path.

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Law Symposium brings health law community to campus

The Willamette Law Review held its annual Law Symposium February 3, highlighting the topic “Equity in Health Law.”

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Two Willamette Law students awarded grants

Third-year Willamette Law students Gaby Perez-Mendoza and Bailey Moody each received $1000 Armonica Grants from the Oregon Women Lawyers Foundation on Nov. 4.

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Alicia LeDuc chosen as winner of Don Turner Moot Court Competition

Participants in the Don Turner Moot Court Competition finished their arguments and the winner was chosen on Nov. 10.

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Catalyst for change

Veteran and Willamette Law/MBA student Andy Blevins re-arms himself with tools to change the armed forces community.

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This scary, frustrating, crazy, unprecedented election

This year’s extraordinary presidential election has made voters across the country anxious and angry. At Willamette, professors and classes help students navigate through the confusion and understand why their informed vote is important.

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Willamette students help the needy through harvest gleaning

Food Recovery Network travels to Molalla, Oregon, to collect hundreds of pounds of apples.

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NAAC moot court competition names winners

Willamette University College of Law hosted the annual National Appellate Advocacy Competition last week, where students argued a criminal matter in front of judges.

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Winners chosen in Spaulding Trial Competition

The College of Law’s Bruce Spaulding Trial Competition held its final round of contests September 14, with third-year law students Stacey Gibbons and Lauren Barnes selected as winners.

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Student Bar Association elects new class officers

Willamette Law’s Student Bar Association held elections this week and elected new officers for each class.

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Law Professor Davidson quoted in Statesman Journal on lasting impact of Oregon v. Rideout

Willamette law professor Caroline Davidson discusses how rape trials have changed in the 38 years since the landmark spouse rape case in 1978.

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Symeonides honored, teaches course at prestigious international law academy in Europe

Law Professor Symeon Symeonides is one of only six American law professors chosen to teach the general course at The Hague Academy of International Law.

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Questions of justice

An unusual class takes Willamette students inside prison walls to discover a new perspective on crime and punishment.

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In conversation with Anelise Zimmer '16

As the student speaker at Commencement 2016, Anelise Zimmer ’16 drew on her Willamette experiences and urged her fellow new graduates to find the courage to climb life’s mountains.

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Freshman to law degree in six years: PSU and Willamette Law announce new 3+3 Program

Willamette University College of Law and Portland State University are launching a new 3+3 Program.

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The Prodigy Club? College of Law welcomes four of the youngest first-year law students in its history

The average age of a law student is 26, but this year we have four entering students under the age of 21.

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Two Willamette Law students named Shepherd Scholars, positively impact LGBTQ legal issues

Third-year law students Bailey Moody and Jessica Cavallero each received a 2016 Bill and Ann Shepherd Legal Scholarship for $6,500 for their commitment to improving the quality of life for minorities.

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Protecting a vulnerable group

Joshua Reams L'16 sheds light on important issues around elder law.

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Follow the flow to a satisfying career

Andrew Lum ’16 pairs his passion for athletics with academics and service.

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Jessica Weiss ’18 publishes academic paper, lands coveted NYC internship

Willamette’s liberal arts approach creates opportunities for Jessica Weiss ’18.

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All ears on her

Madison Hall ’16 explores music and a new-found love of opera.

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Driven by sustainability and business

Lettajoe Gallup '15 MBA'16 uses her dual-degree to jump-start her career.

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Carson, Colloquium research grants announced

Students will explore ideas from classical to contemporary, at home and abroad.

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Mancl ’17 aims for win-win in athletics, agriculture

Olivia Mancl ’17 earns accolades on the track and in the classroom.

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WUCL trial team advances to finals at regional competition

Judges impressed by advocacy skills of a team of Willamette law students

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Alumna, professor help Anya Rogala ’16 find her way

Through the help of her mentor, Anya Rogala ’16 transforms two internships into a chosen career.

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Maya Kaup '17 stands up to her fears to champion important causes

Maya Kaup ’17 overcomes her aversion to the spotlight to champion important causes.

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Taking the fast lane

Teneah Rushen '18 shares the tools that keep her competitive.

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Mariah Grubb '14 travels to Rwanda to conduct anthropological research

Mariah Grubb '14 travels to Rwanda, where she helps villagers create a business while conducting research on the role of foreign aid organizations.

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