Class of 2023 Celebrated at School of Law’s 100th Commencement
Commencement speaker Deborah N. Archer, president of the American Civil Liberties Union, urged graduates to address the gap between the American Dream and American reality.
Photos: 100th UConn Law Commencement
The 218 graduates included 156 receiving Juris Doctor degrees and 62 receiving Master of Laws degrees.
UConn Law Students Recognized with 2023 Awards
The annual awards recognize achievements in many areas of the law as well as contributions to the law school and the community.
Portrait of Judge Droney ’79 Displayed in Starr Hall
Speakers at the unveiling of his portrait described Judge Christopher F. Droney’s unwavering integrity and warm humanity.
UConn School of Law Assistant Dean Karen DeMeola Confirmed as Judge
'Dean DeMeola has had a profound impact on UConn Law, the legal profession and the legal community in Connecticut and beyond'
Graduate Brings Two UConn Law Degrees and Clinical Experience to U.N. Job
Knowledge acquired through the Human Rights and Social Justice LLM program and training in the Asylum and Human Rights Clinic prepared Fatimata Belem for a tough job with the United Nations.
Annual Auction Raises $30,000 for Public Interest Fellowships
Hot items at the auction included tickets for dinner and dancing with the law school deans, Disney Park passes, and a student's painting of the UConn Law library.
Deborah N. Archer to Speak at UConn Law Commencement
Archer is president of the American Civil Liberties Union and co-faculty director of the Center on Race, Inequality and the Law at the New York University School of Law.
Bar Association Honors Assistant Dean Karen DeMeola
The John Eldred Shields Distinguished Professional Service Award honors a member of the Connecticut Bar Association who has performed outstanding service to the legal community and the community at large through or on behalf of the association.
Auction Offers Bargains and Support for Public Interest Fellowships
A wide range of goods and services will be auctioned off to support the Public Interest Law Group's fellowship program.