Oregon is an amazing school. I transferred from Oregon to Berkeley, and the culture of the two schools is very similar. They both have a noncompetitive, relaxed, and friendly atmosphere. Most of the first-year professors at Oregon are great. I would have to say that one or two of my professors at Oregon could easily match some of the best professors at Berkeley.
The job prospects at Oregon are probably similar to any other T2 in this economy. A decent amount of my classmates have jobs lined up, but most are still searching. The school is getting a new dean this summer, and I believe that he is focusing on improving the career services. In fact, I recently saw that they are trying to hire a new director of career services.
The student body at Oregon is extremely friendly and that will make a huge difference with your experience there. As 1Ls we went to visit local vineyards on weekends, bowled together, went to lunches together, had parties, Bar Review, and went to Oregon football games almost every Saturday together (This was the absolute best part of being at Oregon). The class size is small enough so that you know all the first years by first name. There are virtually no "douche bag gunners," although there are some very bright and driven students there. A surprising number of students could have gone to much higher ranked schools, but they wanted to go to school and work in Oregon.
The landscape in Oregon is gorgeous. Eugene has about 180,000 people, so it doesn't have a huge downtown. You don't go to Oregon for the night life. But you have the coast that is about 45 minutes away, and the mountains are also about 1 hour away. You can also head up to Portland, which is 1.5 hours away, and Seattle is 5 hours away.
It does rain a lot from October to May (Most of the school year). But it's not a heavy rain. It's mostly just cloudy and drizzly. It keeps everything bright green, which I find very pretty. Also, it helped me to stay inside and study more than I would have if it had been sunny, like here in Cali.
The facilities at Oregon are top notch. The law school itself was built about 10 years ago (I think), and it is very, very nice. The library is also great. There are tons of spots to study in it without being bothered. this last year they outfitted every desk with brand new ergonomic chairs.
Lastly, Oregon has an amazing reputation in the Northwest. Recently, it seems like it's been creeping up on or even passing Lewis and Clark. All of the firms throughout the state are filled with Oregon grads (especially Eugene), and Also, you'll get some name recognition around the country because of it's sports program. But, don't expect to land a job in Portland coming from Oregon. Portland BigLaw is extremely competitive and often hires from T10s. I mean, each firm, there being a total of 5-6 big firms, hires 1-2 summer associates. So going to Oregon will not lead to BigLaw. But you can definitely survive on mid/small law's 50-60k as a recent grad in Oregon. And the salaries after about 6 years usually approach or pass 100k (which is a fortune in Eugene, or most places outside of Portland).
My vote is for Oregon. Good luck!