School of Law
New Graduate Program Combines Educational Leadership, Law
June 11, 2015
The program will prepare professionals to manage the wide variety of legal issues that school administrators face.
Redistricting Case Could Disrupt State Election Laws
May 22, 2015
A lawsuit now before the Supreme Court has the potential to disrupt election laws across the country, says a UConn Law professor.
Patchwork of Privacy Laws Surround Office Email
April 17, 2015
Sachin Pandya of UConn Law discusses workplace privacy and the rights of employers and employees.
FCC to Consider ‘Net Neutrality’
February 26, 2015
Will high speed internet service providers join the ranks of public utilities?
UConn Law Creates Two New Master’s Degrees
December 18, 2014
The new degree programs in human rights and social justice and energy and environmental law are intended to meet emerging needs in society.
The Hartford Convention and the Specter of Secession
December 15, 2014
Law professor Mark Janis looks back 200 years to the time when New England nearly pulled out of the national union.
Faculty Hiring Plan Helps Decrease Class Size
August 26, 2014
The University’s hiring initiative has drawn thousands of applicants and resulted in the hiring of nearly 300 new faculty since 2011.
Regulating Greenhouse Gas Emissions
June 27, 2014
Law professor Joe MacDougald discusses a recent Supreme Court decision that challenges the EPA’s authority to regulate emissions from power plants.
School of Law Adopts ‘Practice-based Learning’ Requirement for Students
November 30, 2012
The UConn law school, long a leader in experiential education, is one of fewer than 20 U.S. schools that have such a requirement.
Protecting the World of Ideas
August 18, 2011
The Intellectual Property Law Clinic offers first-hand experience in a burgeoning field.
Patent 7,955,128 is Not Just Any Number to Law School Clinic
June 21, 2011
First patent issued to client of UConn Law School clinic.