Olivia Courogen is a third-year student at Willamette University College of Law. After attending high school overseas in Jakarta, Indonesia, she returned home to Oregon for undergrad. Olivia graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Oregon, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in political science with minors in business, economics, and communications.
At Willamette, Olivia is a Presidential Scholar and Editor-in-Chief of Willamette Law Review.
She is also an Academic Excellence Fellow, a writer for Willamette Law Online, and Research
Assistant to Professor Symeon Symeonides. Olivia has completed externships with both the
Oregon Tax Court and Oregon Supreme Court. Currently, she is an intern at the U.S. Department of Justice in the Office of Foreign Litigation. After graduation, Olivia will be an Associate at Dunn Carney LLP in Portland, where she was a Summer Associate in 2021.
Outside of law school, Olivia is an avid runner and skier. She enjoys traveling and exploring the Pacific Northwest with her family.