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Phillip Blumberg
February 17, 2021 - Phillip I. Blumberg, the former Wall Street lawyer whose vision and leadership transformed the campus, faculty and reputation of the University of Connecticut School of Law during his 10 years as dean, died Feb. 14, 2021, at the age of 101. Read More »
Library Assistant Jennine Kottwitz checks out a book
February 11, 2021 - As vaccinations open a path back to normalcy in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the UConn School of Law has taken cautious steps toward slowly reopening the campus.  For the first time since March 2020, in-person classes are being held at the law school. Lisa Rodino, the school’s registrar, said that four of the 111 classes offered this semester are meeting on campus. All in-person classes are being held in the library.  Read More »
screenshot of multiple people in negotiation competition
February 8, 2021 - though MBA student Nishant Jain and his team won first-place in the 6th Annual Business Law Negotiation competition last week, there really was no way to lose, he said. Read More »
UConn Law Professor Lewis Kurlantzick, left, with Deborah Silberstein and Fred Cantor, both 1978 graduates of the law school, in California in 2018.
January 28, 2021 - After the coronavirus pandemic stranded him in California, Fred Cantor ’78 found his thoughts turning to his lifelong love of the New York Knicks — and the enduring bond it fostered with UConn Law Professor Lewis Kurlantzick. Read More »
Law Library (Peter Morenus / UConn photo)
January 12, 2021 - UConn Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson joined 156 other law school deans in a statement condemning the attack on the U.S. Capitol and efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. The statement, released Jan. 12, 2021, follows: Read More »