Paul Chill Named Academic Dean at UConn Law
“Dean Chill is an excellent teacher and advocate and an outstanding institutional service member,” Dean Eboni S. Nelson said.
UConn Law Class of 2021 Honored in Virtual Ceremony
"I stand here in awe of each of you as I think about the perseverance you have demonstrated and all that you have accomplished during your law school career, especially over the past 14 months." -- Dean Eboni S. Nelson
Richard Ashby Wilson Named Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor
The Board of Trustees granted Wilson the honor for his work on international human rights, humanitarianism, truth and reconciliation commissions and international criminal tribunals.
School of Law Symposium Addresses Jury Selection and Implicit Bias
Three Connecticut Supreme Court justices and a judge of the Connecticut Appellate Court joined legal scholars and professionals at the Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal’s annual symposium.
Julia Simon-Kerr Wins Teaching Award
The School of Law graduating class chooses the winner of the annual Perry Zirkel ’76 Distinguished Teaching Award.
Competition Brings First-Year Law Students into the (Virtual) Classroom
The annual Alva P. Loiselle Moot Court Competition gives first-year law students a chance to practice courtroom skills.
In Memoriam: Phillip I. Blumberg, Former UConn School of Law Dean
Blumberg was a transformational leader, orchestrating the law school's move to its present campus and recruiting top faculty members.
Dean Eboni S. Nelson Joins Statement on Capitol Insurrection
UConn Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson joined 156 other law school deans in a statement condemning the attack on the U.S. Capitol and efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. The statement, released Jan. 12, 2021, follows: We are deans of a diverse range of law schools across the country. We do not use our […]
Seminars Explore Breakthrough Ideas in Insurance
The Insurance Law Center at the UConn School of Law will offer New Ideas in Insurance, a series of online seminars by leading experts on cutting-edge topics, starting Jan. 21, 2020. The weekly seminars will be free and open to the public. “We invited leading experts from the academy, the bar, and the world of […]