School of Law
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.
Connecticut Law Review Symposium to Examine Tulsa Race Massacre
In 1921, the Tulsa Race Massacre destroyed the prosperous Greenwood District of Tulsa, Oklahoma. White mobs killed or injured hundreds of Black residents.
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.
Law School Alumni Association To Honor 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.
Incoming Students Bring Law Campus Back to Life
The School of Law welcomed an incoming class of 154 JD and 18 LLM students, plus many 2L students who were taking their first in-person law classes after a first year conducted entirely online.
UConn Law Welcomes Four New Faculty Members
UConn Law welcomes four outstanding new faculty members, including new directors for the Insurance Law Center and the Criminal Law Clinic.
Desmond’s Law 5 Years Later: UConn Animal Law Clinic Leader Conducting Study, Crafting Manual, Developing Diversionary Program
UConn Law professor Jessica Rubin is working on a grant to study the impact of a groundbreaking animal cruelty law in Connecticut and help other states adopt similar measures
Jennifer Mailly Named Associate Dean for Experiential Education at UConn Law
Jennifer Mailly brings more than 20 years of experience teaching and running field placement programs at the UConn School of Law as she steps into the role of associate dean for experiential education.
Revelation of a Racist Property Restriction Leads to New State Law in Connecticut
When David K. Ware '76 JD, '20 LLM learned his childhood home was in a development that had been intended only for whites, he decided to do something about racist real estate clauses still on the books