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Visit Oregon Law

Find your place at Oregon Law by visiting us.  We would be happy to customize a visit for you that will connect you to our people and our programs.  Just let us know when!

Prospective students tour Oregon Law

You may already know that Eugene, Oregon is the state’s second largest city.  We’re home to a federal courthouse, the seat of Lane County government, and a lively legal community.  These resources make it a great place to study the law and prepare professionally, but Eugene is also a remarkable place to live.  Beautiful. Green. This is Eugene.

With 75% of our 1L students from states other than Oregon, people come from far and near to become a part of  this extraordinary community.  Here are some annual highlights in our region to which we all look forward:

Climb the Columns at Eugene’s Skinner Butte Park or hike up Spencer Butte or Mount Pisgah for unparalleled views of the city.

Try rafting, floating, or fly-fishing on the McKenzie River.

See the fall winery crush and go on a wine tasting tour; or visit one of the many local orchards for apple, pear, and pumpkin picking

Yell "O" at a Ducks Football game and tailgate.

Visit Holiday Market and buy some locally made presents for friends and family.

"Thar she blows!" Whale watch on the Oregon Coast or visit Heceta Head Lighthouse – all a short drive from Eugene.

Shred some powder with a snowboard or ski trip to Willamette Pass or Hoodoo Mountain Resort.

Snowshoe or cross-country ski at Gold Lake.

Prospective students tour Oregon LawRun, bike, or walk along Eugene's Willamette River trail system or take to the famous Pre's Trail, a paradise for recreational and professional runners alike.

Attend a track and field meet at Historic Hayward Field or test your own endurance in one of the area's numerous 5Ks, 10Ks, half or full marathons. Did we mention the U.S. Track & Field Olympic Trials will take place here in 2016?!

Stop by Saturday Market for a variety of local foods, crafts, music and local color (think tie-dye), or head to a concert at the Cuthbert Amphitheater.

Experience the Oregon Country Fair or Art and the Vineyard; and don’t forget to spend some time touring the area's many and varied local brewpubs.

It’s easy to get to Eugene.  We’re a transportation hub for several major airlines, as well as AMTRAK, and Greyhound.  And once you arrive, to make your navigation on our 300-acre campus easy, here’s a campus map.  Oregon Law is located in the William W. Knight Law Center across from Historic Hayward Field (Map It).

We look forward to welcoming you.  Contact us to make plans for a visit.

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