Symposium Explores Solutions for Criminal Justice System
The symposium explored the mental health crisis in connection with criminal justice and touched on other important justice issues.
Symposium Explores Climate Change and Environmental Justice
The Connecticut Law Review symposium was co-sponsored by the Center for Energy & Environmental Law at the UConn School of Law, the U.S. Embassy in Brazil, and the Human Rights Clinic at Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná.
Law School Helped His Career and Now Bob Brady ’78 Is Giving Back
Bob Brady never practiced law, but his legal education helped him launch a new and successful business.
Law Professor’s New Book Examines the Legality of Revolution
In "Adjudicating Revolution: Courts and Constitutional Change," UConn Law Professor Emeritus Richard S. Kay and co-author Joel Colon-Rios explore the common doctrines that have arisen in legal challenges to revolutions.
McLean, First Black Dean of UConn Law, Will be Honored as Higher Ed Inspiration
Hailed as trailblazer, intellectual property expert joined law school faculty in 1991
Incoming UConn Law Class Exceptional for Diversity and Achievement
The incoming class of 153 JD and 37 LLM students brings outstanding academic achievement and a wide range of backgrounds and experience to the UConn Law campus.
UConn Law Welcomes Distinguished New Faculty Members
New faculty at UConn Law bring a wealth of expertise in fields ranging from anthropology and corporate law to immigration and legal practice.
UConn Law and Disability Rights Connecticut Establish Legal Clinic
The new Disability Rights Clinic will give students hands-on legal training as they assist clients with disability-related issues.