A premier ABA-accredited public law school in the Northwest, the University of Oregon School of Law has been educating successful legal professionals since 1884. In addition to the Juris Doctor degree, the school offers a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree; a Conflict & Dispute Resolution Master's degree; several concurrent degrees in fields such as business, public administration, and journalism; and also an Undergraduate Legal Studies program. Oregon Law is one of only 13 law schools nationwide with 3 or more top-ranked specialty programs: Legal Research & Writing (#4), Dispute Resolution (#7) and Environmental & Natural Resources Law (#12). Oregon Law also offers concentrations in a variety of legal specialties including Sports Law, Business Law, Criminal Practice, International Law, Indian Law, Ocean and Coastal Law, Family, Child Advocacy and Elder Law, Law and Entrepreneurship, and Public Law and Policy. The school's home is the modern William W. Knight Law Center in Eugene, Oregon—as well as a second campus
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University of Oregon uses 407 different technologies from 10 different vendors. They have above average use of several technologies including Kickserv, IBM Elastic Storage Server and RStudio
University of Oregon uses products from 10 different product categories. They are particularly heavy users of products in Operating Systems, Database Management System, and Software Frameworks.
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