Law Students

Phone: 541.346.3722     |    osa@officeofstudentadvocacy.org     |    EMU, Room 337

Students Helping Students!

 

The Office of Student Advocacy (OSA) provides an opportunity for law students to help other University of Oregon students. Law clerks research pertinent legal and policy issues, prepare memoranda and other documents, assist in case preparation, and engage in outreach activities. Law students certified under the law student appearance rule may perform Student Defender responsibilities. Student Defenders, with attorney supervision, help individual students resolve misconduct allegations and assist students with university grievance and petition processes.

Law students uphold at all times the strictest level of confidentiality.


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