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Kiel Brennan-Marquez
December 28, 2018 - Professor Kiel Brennan-Marquez sees Gamble v. United States, a new double jeopardy case recently argued before the U.S. Supreme Court, as a chance to eliminate a longstanding misuse of the nation’s criminal justice system. Read More »
BLSA receives check from alumna Laura Cahill, at left Heather McDonald, Assistant Vice President for Development
November 21, 2018 - Student organizations at UConn School of Law raised more than $14,000 through the 2018 Ignite crowdfunding campaign. In the campaign’s fifth year, 22 student groups raised $14,492 from 273 donors. In addition, the 10 organizations that raised the most will split a $5,000 prize, donated by Laura Cahill ’84, in proportion to the amount each one raised. Read More »
Donn Cabral in front of American flag
November 20, 2018 - The day before he ran the 2018 Hartford Half Marathon, Donn Cabral attended a seminar called “A Lawyer’s Primer on Blockchain.” After he won the race, he headed home to tackle a take-home exam for a course called “Motivating Individuals and Teams.” Read More »
student points cardboard arrow to identify active bidders
November 13, 2018 - Spirited bidding contests broke out over a football signed by the New York Jets, an outing to see the movie “Aquaman” with Assistant Dean Karen DeMeola and, a host of other items at the 26th annual Public Interest Law Group Auction. Read More »
Ethel Branch, attorney general for the Navajo Nation,
November 1, 2018 - The entire world should look to native practices of conservation in the fight against climate change, Ethel Branch, attorney general for the Navajo Nation, told the audience at the 2018 Connecticut Law Review symposium. “Long before the Puritans ever came to this land, native peoples were caring for and maintaining it with the lightest impact possible,” Branch said at the event on October 26, 2018. Read More »