• US News and World Report

    US News and World Report

    2015 Best Law School Rankings: Willamette law jumps 28 spots

    Successful job placement contributes to the law school’s 28-spot jump in the U.S. News and World Report Best Law School Rankings  

  • Student Profile

    Student Profile

    “To Me, That’s Unforgivable”

    Third-year law student Allison Wils watched friends and family members guide their loved ones on a maddening journey through America’s health care system. She wants to change that. 

  • Alumni Profile

    Alumni Profile

    A Warrior for Conservation

    Who gives up a prosperous career to fight environmental degradation? Ralph Bloemers did, and he never looked back. 

  • Alumni Profile

    Alumni Profile

    Getting in the Game

    Married, a successful businessman and firmly into middle age, Brian Grossman JD/C’93 decided he needed a new challenge. So he signed up to run the most grueling race in the world. 

  • Student Profile

    Student Profile

    Family Business

    Third-year law student Angela Wilhelms grew up watching her father help run the Oregon House of Representatives. Now she has his old job. 

About Willamette University College of Law

Willamette University College of Law

Established in 1883, Willamette University College of Law has been accredited by the ABA since 1921 and offers a learning environment that is distinctive among law schools. Located across the street from the state Capitol complex and the Oregon Supreme Court, the college is situated in the epicenter of state law, government and business.

The College of Law emphasizes small enrollment, excellence in teaching and a high level of faculty-student interaction. We also boast a student-faculty ratio of  15-to-1. Our select enrollment of fewer than 430 students creates an intellectual intimacy unmatched by most law schools in the United States. As a community, we are committed to the advancement of knowledge through research and scholarship, to diversity, and to public service. Willamette law students should expect to be challenged, to defend their opinions, to think and rethink their ideas, and to leave with a heightened respect for themselves and confidence in what they can do.

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