Ofer Raban, School of Law

Academic Areas:
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Judicial Philosophy

Ofer Raban is an academic expert in constitutional law, criminal law, and judicial theory. He is a professor of law and the Elmer Sahlstrom Senior Faculty Fellow in Trial Law. He received his J.D. from Harvard Law School, and his doctorate from Oxford University. Professor Raban worked as a prosecutor in New York before joining academia. 

Contact: ofer@uoregon.edu | 541-346-1578

Websites:
http://law.uoregon.edu/explore/ofer-raban

Recent Media: 
Is the Assange indictment a threat to the First Amendment? (The Conversation, May 1, 2019)
There’s a wider scandal suggested by the Trump investigations (The Conversation, Jan. 24, 2019)
Kavanaugh’s impact on the Supreme Court and the country may not be as profound as predicted (The Conversation, Nov. 20, 2018)
The Slants and the meaning of liberty (The Oregonian, July 7, 2017)
For constitutional decisions, does it matter who is president? (The Oregonian, March 4, 2016)
The Supreme Court and official corruption (The Oregonian, July 5, 2016)
UO Law faculty weigh in on implications of Scalia's death (KMTR NBC 16, Feb. 15, 2016)