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  • Members of the law school community joined together in a Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Sunday, September 21, 2014 in Hartford’s Bushnell Park. “Team Susan,” formed by members of the law school library and other UConn School of Law staff and faculty, raised over $2,400 towards the cause in the two-mile walk. Donations for the walk are still being accepted. Click here to donate »

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    UConn Law’s South Asian Law Students Association (SALSA) has teamed up with the South Asian Bar Association of Connecticut ( SABAC) and South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) to help set up a library for residents of My Sister’s Place, a Hartford-based transitional housing program.  In addition to setting up the library, the groups will also be collecting donations of lightly used adult and children’s books. read more »

  • With a grant from the law firm of Robinson & Cole LLP, students from UConn Law and UConn’s Neag School of Education taught criminal law and trial practice to students at Hartford Public High School’s Law and Government Academy, which culminated with a mock trial in the Law School’s Koskoff Koskoff & Bieder Courtroom.   

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    Students in the Law School's Poverty Law Clinic are placed with Connecticut legal services programs where, under the supervision of practicing attorneys, they work cases on behalf of low-income clients.

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    The Criminal Clinics aim to develop a student's professional and technical competence so that he or she can practice at the highest standards of criminal defense lawyering. Our clients' cases present student attorneys with issues common in the practice of criminal law.

  • Graduate Focus
    Human Rights Attorney
    Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities

    In 1993, Cheryl A. Sharp ’93 followed through on her longstanding plan to do advocacy work when she signed on as a law clerk with the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO).

  • Graduate Focus
    Staff Attorney
    Connecticut Veterans Legal Center

    When Cindy Johnson ’11 began her studies in the evening division at UConn Law in 2007, she had 20-plus years of experience in software development on her résumé and a self-described “dream” of being a public interest lawyer.

  • Graduate Focus
    Vice President and Corporate Counsel
    Feld Entertainment

    When Emily Roisman '85 left her practice as a partner to join the circus she was not pursuing a childhood dream to be a tight-rope walker. Rather, Roisman went to work for Feld Entertainment®, the world’s leading producer of live family entertainment, including Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus®.

  • Graduate Focus
    Executive Director
    Morgan Stanley

    When Joseph C. Steffan '94 entered the Law School in 1991, he was in the midst of a public battle over his discharge in 1987 from the U.S. Naval Academy based solely on a truthful acknowledgement of his sexual orientation. Steffan shares his thoughts on the repeal of the U.S. military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy.

  • Graduate Focus
    Associate Professor
    Department of Public Health and Community Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine

    Marcia M. Boumil '83 dedicates her very busy professional life to important issues at the intersection of health and law.

  • Student Focus
    Student

    Martha Perez ’12 wanted to be a public interest lawyer since her middle school years, when an immigration attorney helped prevent the deportation of her family after a bogus attorney duped her father out of $10,000.

  • Graduate Focus
    Associate
    Garcia & Milas, P.C

    It took Michael Lynch '12 four-and-a-half years to earn his J.D. from UConn Law - and for good reason. While his classmates were finishing their course work, Lynch was in Laghman Province, Afghanistan commanding a 180-person infantry company in support of Operation Enduring Freedom X.

  • Graduate Focus
    Mayor
    City of Hartford

    At the age of fifteen, Pedro E. Segarra '85 left his mother and five siblings and moved - by himself - to Hartford to escape the gang violence that took the lives of two of his good friends in the Bronx neighborhood his family had settled in after leaving Puerto Rico in 1966.

  • Graduate Focus
    Assistant Professor
    University of California, Irvine, School of Law

    In 2001, Shauhin Talesh '00, LL.M. '01 fulfilled a dream when he accepted an assistant professorship at the University of California, Irvine, School of Law. It was a dream, he says, that began to take shape during his very first class at UConn Law.

  • Graduate Focus
    Superior Court Judge
    State of Connecticut

    When Judge Sheridan Moore ’78 was an undergraduate majoring in education at the University of Bridgeport, she had a close friend interested in going to law school who challenged Moore to do the same.

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