School of Law
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."
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.
UConn Law to Bolster Programs with Acquisition of Adjacent State Building
'We are extremely pleased with this opportunity to centralize our clinics, which are key to UConn Law’s mission of community engagement and essential to the practical training of our students'
Event Explores Path to the Judicial Bench
The process of becoming a judge can be stressful, but there are ways to prepare.
Experts Examine and Debate Supreme Court Case
The School of Law launched a series of roundtable discussions about recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions with a look at 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis.
UConn Holds Steady at No. 26 Rank Among Public Universities
In the overall rankings that comprise all public and private institutions nationwide, UConn jumped nine spots from last year
UConn Law Faculty Adds Experience and Expertise
The new professors and teaching fellows bring a variety of experience and scholarship to the law school's clinics and classrooms.
UConn Law Welcomes an Impressive Incoming Class of JD and LLM Students
The incoming class of 146 JD and 32 LLM students enrich UConn Law with a wide range of background and experience.
Professors Renew a Must-Read Exam Guide for Law Students
A UConn Law faculty member and a former dean have revised their guide to approaching law school exams, which has become a classic for law school students across the nation.