School of Law Archives
The Archives houses the records of the University of Connecticut School of Law that document over ninety years of history. These records include the papers of the various administrative offices on campus, and papers reflecting the academic work and social activities of the students at the Law School. Varied forms of information such as faculty minutes and evaluations, handbooks, course catalogs, annual reports, activities of student organizations and office memoranda all serve to document the Law School's past.
For information about gaining access to these records, please contact Lea Wallenius, (860) 570-5031.
The Law School is seeking written recollections, photographs and other memorabilia as part of an effort to write a comprehensive history of the School. The following is a list of the materials that would be helpful:
- University records: Memorabilia associated with the Law School or materials of historical value from 1922 to present
- Student organizations: Events, minutes and correspondence that document any organization or group
- Newspapers: Student newspapers before 1962
- Class publications: Commencement programs and speeches before 1985, reunion programs
- Papers: Personal papers of faculty members to document their teaching and scholarship
- Photographs: Student life, activities and different locations of the Law School at 94 Allyn St., Main and Pearl St., 51 Chapel St., 44 Niles St., and 39 Woodland St.
Please send your recollections, materials, and photographs toDarcy Kirk, Associate Dean for Library & Technology and Professor of Law
University of Connecticut School of Law
39 Elizabeth Street
Hartford, CT 06105-2213
The School of Law Archives may accept materials and financial gifts. Donations can be discussed by contacting the Development Office at (860) 570-5428, or 45 Elizabeth Street, Hartford, CT 6105-2213.