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Gift Supports LGBTQ Community at UConn Law

The gift from Health Care Advocates International will directly support students in need.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Animal Legal Defense Fund Grant Aids Animal Law Clinic

The grant will support new scholarship and trainings relating to courtroom animal advocate programs and expand efforts to establish similar programs in other states.

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Registration Opens for Third Year of Insurance Series

The New Ideas in Insurance workshops kick off with a presentation about the Lloyd’s insurance market crisis of the 1980s and ’90s and continue with in-depth discussions of a wide variety of topics and issues.

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Professors Mathilde Cohen and Hourya Bentouhami Study Food and Identity

Their transatlantic collaboration will draw scholars across disciplines into research on how eating practices are linked to identity in France and the United States.

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Law School Alum Pursues Passion for Aiding Immigrants

From the Asylum and Human Rights Clinic to a prestigious legal fellowship in New York City

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Law Professor Offers New Perspective on Human Rights

Professor Ángel Oquendo's new book, "Through Thin and Thick," analyzes issues in Latin America to give readers a new way to think about human rights.

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Federal Court Cites UConn Law Professor on Key Immigration Case

2nd Circuit appeals court cites Jon Bauer's work in overturning a decision by the Board of Immigration Appeals