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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.

UConn Law Offers New Master of Laws Degree

The new program, offering a fifth LLM degree at the School of Law, will allow students to specialize in corporate and regulatory governance, financial and insurance-based risk management, or compliance.

A view of the Meskill Law Library at the UConn Law campus in Hartford on April 25, 2019.

Donors Bolster Scholarship to Celebrate UConn Law’s Centennial

'We wanted to reach people who had an interest and a desire to go to law school, but didn’t have the financial resources to do it'

UConn Law Announces New Policing Center

The new center will support policy-focused scholarship, host events, and advise efforts toward reform

Founders' Day speakers

UConn Law Kicks Off Centennial Celebration

Cupcakes, food trucks, outdoor heaters and the law school's history were all part of the Founders' Day celebration kicking off the UConn Law centennial.

Eboni S. Nelson, Marla Katz, Abby Booth and Joan Bosma

Symposium Explores Law’s Role in Tulsa Race Massacre

Panels examined how the law allowed the massacre to be ignored and rewritten in history, how the law continues to protect white mobs and perpetuate racism, and how to bring antiracism into legal education.

UConn School of Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson

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.