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New Ideas in Insurance: A Virtual ILC Speaker Series

Insurance Law Center Announces Second Round of New Ideas in Insurance

Topics will include racial discrimination in insurance, ransomware insurance, firearm safety, third party moral hazard, adverse selection and the transfer of financial risk from government and businesses onto individual households.

UConn Law Announces New Policing Center

The new center will support policy-focused scholarship, host events, and advise efforts toward reform

UConn School of Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson

State NAACP Honors UConn Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson

Eboni S. Nelson, the first Black person to serve as dean of the UConn School of Law on a permanent basis, has launched several new initiatives at the law school.

Richard W. Parker

In Memoriam: Professor Richard W. Parker

Professor Parker was a deeply caring teacher, a respected scholar of administrative and environmental law, and a founder of the Semester in DC program at the School of Law.

photos of award recipients

Law School Alumni Association Honors Seven Graduates

The awards, which recognize contributions to the law school, legal profession and greater community, will be presented at a virtual ceremony on Oct. 26, 2021.

Paul Chill

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.

empty jury box

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

Julia Simon-Kerr Wins Teaching Award

The School of Law graduating class chooses the winner of the annual Perry Zirkel ’76 Distinguished Teaching Award.