The Oregon Justice Resource Center assists with trial and appellate litigation on behalf of indigent, prisoner, and low-income clients in federal and state courts on a range of civil liberties and civil rights matters, including but not limited to the death penalty, immigrant rights, and unfair procedural barriers to the courts. Donate to the OJRC.
- Since August 2011, 30+ L&C Law School students have completed 6,400+ hours of work!! OJRC's Impact
- SAVE THE DATE! Keynote: Mass Incarceration:Race, Justice, and Jim Crow (CLE) by Vanita Gupta, Director of the ACLU’s Center for Justice, presented by the ACLU-OR and the OJRC
- "My work and contacts at the OJRC didn't just help me in law school. They led me to my dream internship in the city I want to live - civil rights work and capital defense in New Orleans." -Meghan Barner, Pro Bono Awards 2013
- Bobbin Singh, Executive Director, received the L&C Law Recent Graduate Council Community Spirit Award
- Scholarship: “Oregon’s Death Penalty: The Practical Reality” by Professor Aliza Kaplan (President, Oregon Justice Resource Center)
- Prison Pipeline 4/15: Radio interview with Juan Melendez, he spent 17 years on Florida’s death row for a 1983 murder to which another man had repeatedly confessed--evidence prosecutors withheld.
- The OJRC is featured in the Fall 2012 edition of The Advocate!
- The OJRC was recognized at the Academic Civic Engagement Reception and Showcase in Spring 2012
The Oregon Justice Resource Center is organized as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Contributions to the OJRC are tax-deductible.