The educational philosophy at UConn Law places emphasis on small classes. In such a setting, faculty and students know one another well and are able to consider and respect divergent positions and opinions. Whether taking core courses or one of our dozens of small seminars, participating in a certificate program, or working with clients in one of many clinical opportunities, the Law School provides a comprehensive and progressive education in which students are exposed to both theoretical and practical aspects of law. The course of study reflects the diversity and intellectual ambition of the students and faculty. The Law School prides itself on a high level of civil discourse. The environment is collegial, and the unusually low student-to-faculty ratio engenders a collaborative environment and assures close contact with some of the nation's leading legal practitioners and scholars. Moreover, our goal is to make Law School as affordable as possible. Our graduates have among the lowest law school debt in the country, allowing them to pursue careers of their choice. With day and evening legal education options, the Law School offers programs for your needs and career aspirations.
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