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Summer Term 2014

NOTICE: This Summer Term page provides information for Summer Term 2014 and has been replaced with the Summer Term 2015 section accessible from the left menu.

Summer Term at UConn Law offers students the opportunity to earn credits toward a degree or to take a course related to personal or professional interests.

Summer Term Classes Offer:
  • Convenient Location – Most courses are offered at the Law School's Hartford campus. Two classes are offered online.
  • Small Time Commitment – Classes range in duration from two to five weeks.
  • Small Student to Faculty Ratio – Small class sizes allow for frequent instructor interaction and an opportunity for students to hone their legal skills or build new ones while creating professional relationships with fellow students.

Courses are open for enrollment to current J.D. students, current UConn graduate students, members of the bar, Connecticut residents age 62 and over and UConn's "University Scholar" students. In the case of the Legal Spanish course, enrollment is also open to paralegals. 

Summer Terms

There are two sessions within the Summer Term:

  • Summer Session I:  May 19 – June 23, 2014
  • Summer Session II: June 30 – August 4, 2014