School of Law
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.
Student’s Road to UConn Law Also Leads to Entrepreneurship Award
An epiphany on the drive from Oklahoma City to Hartford in the summer of 2019 put law student Ree Morrow on a new path.
Julia Simon-Kerr Wins Teaching Award
The School of Law graduating class chooses the winner of the annual Perry Zirkel ’76 Distinguished Teaching Award.
13 UConn Law Alumni Named Cooper Fellows
The fellowship award recognizes service to the legal profession and to the community.
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.
Connecticut Zoning Atlas Makes the Case for Zoning Reform
The nation's first interactive map letting citizens visualize their town's zoning laws
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.
Law Campus Returning to Life, Gradually and Carefully
After nearly a year with the campus almost entirely closed, the law school edges back toward a new normal.
Negotiation Challenge Participant: ‘I Learned How to Stand My Ground’
Although MBA student Nishant Jain and his team won first-place in the 6th Annual Business Law Negotiation competition last week, there really was no way to lose, he said. “The ability to negotiate is a necessary skillset for any professional, and to be able to develop and refine this skill was a fantastic opportunity,” said […]