School of Law

Joel Motley

Joel Motley to Speak at UConn Law Commencement

Motley served as the chairman of the board of Human Rights Watch, which investigates human rights abuses around the world, from 2013 to 2016.

Prosecutorial Discretion and Mass Incarceration

Symposium Explores Prosecutorial Discretion and Mass Incarceration

Two panels of scholars and legal practitioners explored the use of prosecutorial discretion in Connecticut and the ways that it can influence mass incarceration.

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PILG Auction Offers Deals, Supports Public Service

The annual PILG Auction is the main fundraising event for the Public Interest Law Group at the UConn School of Law, which supports students in public interest summer jobs.

UConn School of Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson

Dean Eboni S. Nelson and Five UConn Law Alumni Named Cooper Fellows

UConn Law graduates Kathryn Bissonnette '11, Edward J. Bryan '10, Carla Nascimento Zahner '04, Beverly K. Streit-Kefalas '90 and Omar Williams '02 were also named in the Class of 2022.

Diana Morales-Bories

School of Law Alumna Pays It Forward

To mark the 25th anniversary of her graduation from the UConn School of Law, Diana Morales-Bories decided to share her success.

Natalie Braswell, with three degrees from UConn, became Connecticut State Comptroller on Dec. 31 Behind her, from left are her husband, Robert; their daughter, Gabby; and Gov. Ned Lamont and Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz. (CTMirror.org, used with permission)

Alumna Natalie Braswell is Connecticut’s First Black Comptroller

The triple Husky (BA, MA, and JD) is navigating challenges from COVID-19 to helping private-sector workers save for retirement

White House

Work To Prevent Eviction Earns High-Level Recognition for Law Students

UConn Law students answered the call from Attorney General Merrick Garland by volunteering their help to prevent evictions

Radenka Maric, appointed Jan. 26 as interim president of the University of Connecticut, photographed at the Stowe Library at UConn Health on Jan. 14, 2022.

Radenka Maric Named UConn’s Interim President

'UConn strives to be the place where all students will have equal opportunities and be fully prepared for their life journey upon graduation'

Robert Endrizzi, a School of Engineering graduate, is attending the UConn School of Law, where the intellectual property law clinic has helped him develop an invention (courtesy of Robert Rendrizzi).

Law and Engineering Go Hand-in-Hand for this Enterprising Student

His studies at UConn Law are helping him take an invention from the idea stage to the finish line

New Ideas in Insurance: A Virtual ILC Speaker Series

Insurance Law Center Announces Second Round of New Ideas in Insurance

Topics will include racial discrimination in insurance, ransomware insurance, firearm safety, third party moral hazard, adverse selection and the transfer of financial risk from government and businesses onto individual households.