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Class of 2024 Graduates With Focus on Service

The Class of 2024 includes 150 graduates with juris doctor (JD) degrees, 62 with master of laws (LLM) degrees, and one with a doctor of the science of laws (SJD) degree.

Richard Pomp giving a lecture at UConn Law School on Dec. 5, 2016. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

Office of the Provost Honors Professor Richard Pomp

The award is the latest of several recent internal and external honors for Pomp, who is the Alva P. Loiselle Professor of Law at the UConn School of Law, a Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor, and an internationally known expert in tax law.

Ellen Ash Peters

In Memoriam: Chief Justice Ellen Ash Peters

Her distinguished and groundbreaking career included a long and impactful connection with the UConn School of Law.

UConn Law Library viewed through Middle Path sculpture

UConn Law Rises in National Ranking

The ranking reflects strong performances in the bar exam and employment outcomes for the Class of 2022.

Professor Colin Tait of UConn Law.

In Memoriam: UConn Law Professor Colin C. Tait

Tait joined the UConn Law faculty in 1966 and retired in 1999, taking emeritus status as a research scholar.

AALS Honors Two UConn Law Faculty Members

Associate Professor Jessica de Perio Wittman was honored for her work in technology competency and legal ethics. Associate Professor Anna VanCleave won an award for her paper on Prison Banking,

Professor Richard Pomp Honored by Tax Policy Group, Alumni

Dean Eboni S. Nelson described Pomp as "a pillar of the UConn Law community" and "a distinguished leader in tax law and policy throughout the world."

New Book Traces Journey of Women at UConn Law

"A Century's Journey" is the fourth in a series of short books about the history of the University of Connecticut School of Law.

Antonella Portugal, Gabriella Trimarchi and Victoria Carpenter

Food Pantry and Clothing Closet Aid UConn Law Community

The pantry, established with the aid of Connecticut Foodshare, and the clothing closet are both accepting donations and volunteers.

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Event Explores Path to the Judicial Bench

The process of becoming a judge can be stressful, but there are ways to prepare.