The Student Legal Services office, housed in the EMU, serves UO students via remote and on-site appointments. The office is located in EMU 337.
This service is open and accessible to all currently registered UO students. ASUO SLS can help you with almost any kind of legal issue including landlord/tenant, criminal and traffic (including issues stemming from protests), family law, employment, injury accidents, and many other legal problems. To make an appointment call (541) 346-4273 or use the form on our Contact page to send us a message. We’ll return your call or message promptly.
Notary services are also available by appointment only, subject to safety restrictions.
NON-DISCRIMINATION AND DIVERSITY STATEMENT: This service affirms the right of all individuals to equal opportunity in education, employment and access without regard to race, color, cultural identity, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, mental health status, national origin, marital, family, social, economic, veteran or place of residence status, or any other consideration not directly and substantially related to elective participation. We abide by all U of O and Oregon University System regulations governing student groups, and all applicable city, state, and federal laws. This service likewise affirms its commitment to creating and maintaining an environment that is welcoming, accessible, inclusive, equitable, and respectful for all, free from bias or harassment.
OVERVIEW: Since 1971, ASUO Student Legal Services has proudly provided legal services and promoted awareness of the law for the benefit of the students of the University of Oregon. This website is an example of our commitment toward reaching out to as many students as possible to provide awareness of laws that may affect their daily lives and to fulfill some of our major goals including retention and education of UO students.
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