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Left to right, two members of the Galdamez family, Franklin René Ruano Galdamez, Adam Kuegler (in the back), Valeria Gomez, Alexandria Madjeric, and a social worker. (Camille Chill/UConn Photo)
May 20, 2019 - Franklin René Ruano Galdamez said he never thought of leaving El Salvador until members of Mara Salvatrucha, the gang known as MS-13, kidnapped him, beat him, and threatened to kill him. Read More »
UConn Law graduate
May 19, 2019 - The shifting weather inspired more than a few quips, but the mood beneath the tent for the 96th commencement of the UConn School of Law on Sunday was decidedly sunny. The graduates, many smiling and jubilantly waving, marched to their seats, as family and friends gathered for the ceremony looked on and cheered. Read More »
Patrick Greenhalgh
May 17, 2019 - Patrick Greenhalgh always knew he wanted to be a lawyer. What he didn’t know was that his journey to law school would take him to Afghanistan, Kuwait, South Korea and back. Greenhalgh, who graduated Sunday with a JD from UConn School of Law, said his mother gave him a frank talk as he neared the end of high school. “She was very clear. She said figuring out the cost of college was on me. They didn’t have any money to help me with.” Read More »
student Onya Brown
May 16, 2019 - Twenty-three members of the UConn School of Law Class of 2019 recorded video thanks to their parents, partners, professors -- and pets -- for helping them succeed in law school. Read More »
2019 awards
May 16, 2019 - The faculty of UConn School of Law has recognized the achievements of 34 students and one alumnus with an array of prizes and awards. Read More »