School of Law

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UConn Asylum Clinic Alumni Participate in CT Afghan Asylum Project

'This is critically important in our community. These individuals are struggling even more than any of us can understand'

Symposium Explores Solutions for Criminal Justice System

The symposium explored the mental health crisis in connection with criminal justice and touched on other important justice issues.

An eviction notice affixed to a front door.

UConn Law Establishes Eviction Defense Clinic

Connecticut recently became one of only three states with a Right to Counsel law in cases of eviction or loss of a housing subsidy

Portriat of UConn alumn Frank Figliuzzi ’87 JD

UConn Magazine: Frank Figliuzzi’s FBI Story

Frank Figliuzzi ’87 JD, host of the podcast “The Bureau with Frank Figliuzzi,” MSNBC analyst, and author of “The FBI Way,” maintains a “fidelity, bravery, integrity” mission despite retirement.

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Symposium Explores Climate Change and Environmental Justice

The Connecticut Law Review symposium was co-sponsored by the Center for Energy & Environmental Law at the UConn School of Law, the U.S. Embassy in Brazil, and the Human Rights Clinic at Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná.

Law School Student Organization Crowdfunding Competition Underway

For four weeks, student organizations will compete in challenges around amount of funds raised and number of donors to earn additional funds.

Law School Collaboration Produces Legal Research Guide

The new edition of the research guide for Connecticut practitioners and law students represents an overhaul of the original edition published in 2009.

Hot weather. Thermometer in hand in front of an urban scene during heatwave.

Smart Responses to Immediate Needs: Assessing the Scale of CT’s Urban Heat

CIRCA researchers are working to pinpoint the hottest spots in cities and help direct mitigation and policy strategies and build resilience in a changing climate

Karen DeMeola

Karen DeMeola Named Inaugural Assistant Dean for Diversity, Belonging and Community Engagement

The position is new to UConn Law and is one Dean Eboni S. Nelson views as integral to advancing the excellence of the law school.

Bob Brady

Law School Helped His Career and Now Bob Brady ’78 Is Giving Back

Bob Brady never practiced law, but his legal education helped him launch a new and successful business.