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.
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 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.
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 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
Law School Introduces LLM Program in Compliance
The Master of Laws program in Governance, Risk Management and Compliance represents the fifth LLM degree offered to domestic and international lawyers by the UConn School of Law.
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.
BLSA Chapter at UConn Law Wins National Recognition
The National Black Law Students Association has recognized the UConn School of Law chapter as a National Chapter of the Year
Social Equity and Sustainable Energy Intersect at UConn Law Conference
A conference explores energy justice, an emerging issue in the transition to renewable energy sources.