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UConn Law Offers New Master of Laws Degree

The new program, offering a fifth LLM degree at the School of Law, will allow students to specialize in corporate and regulatory governance, financial and insurance-based risk management, or compliance.

Founders' Day speakers

UConn Law Kicks Off Centennial Celebration

Cupcakes, food trucks, outdoor heaters and the law school's history were all part of the Founders' Day celebration kicking off the UConn Law centennial.

Eboni S. Nelson, Marla Katz, Abby Booth and Joan Bosma

Symposium Explores Law’s Role in Tulsa Race Massacre

Panels examined how the law allowed the massacre to be ignored and rewritten in history, how the law continues to protect white mobs and perpetuate racism, and how to bring antiracism into legal education.

Connecticut Law Review Symposium to Examine Tulsa Race Massacre

In 1921, the Tulsa Race Massacre destroyed the prosperous Greenwood District of Tulsa, Oklahoma. White mobs killed or injured hundreds of Black residents.

UConn Law students at 2021 orientation

Incoming Students Bring Law Campus Back to Life

The School of Law welcomed an incoming class of 154 JD and 18 LLM students, plus many 2L students who were taking their first in-person law classes after a first year conducted entirely online.

UConn Law Professors Carly Zubrzycki, Travis Pantin, Anna VanCleave and Nadiyah Humber

UConn Law Welcomes Four New Faculty Members

UConn Law welcomes four outstanding new faculty members, including new directors for the Insurance Law Center and the Criminal Law Clinic.

Associate Dean Jennifer Mailly

Jennifer Mailly Named Associate Dean for Experiential Education at UConn Law

Jennifer Mailly brings more than 20 years of experience teaching and running field placement programs at the UConn School of Law as she steps into the role of associate dean for experiential education.

UConn School of Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson

UConn Law School’s Nelson Reflects on a Year of Challenge and Growth

Diversity and social justice are touchstones even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic

Taking the Distance Out of Distance Learning

After a semester of studying remotely from their home countries, five LLM students from Germany, Belgium and Malawi came to Hartford to finish their degrees.

After an Unprecedented Year, Law Students Have an Unconventional Commencement

. “You are ready, and you will succeed," UConn Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson told the Class of 2021.