Cecil Thomas decided when he was 15 years old that he needed to understand the law in order to help others.
Je'Quana Orr '18 thought basketball was her life until she got a taste of the law at the Summer Mock Trial Competition at UConn School of Law.
Jean D’Aquila '84 will be presented with Middlesex United Way's Community Service Award. This award honors volunteer service to the agency, considering length and continuity of service and it is the highest and most prestigious honor for a United Way volunteer. D'Aquila will be presented with the award on January 28, 2020.
Justice Andrew McDonald '91 has been approved for another eight-year term as an Associate Supreme Court Justice. In January of 2013, Governor Dannel Malloy nominated Justice McDonald to be an associate justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court, and he was confirmed by the Connecticut General Assembly later that month. His reappointment was approved on January 14, 2021.
Scott Karsten '82, retired founding partner of the Karsten & Tallberg law firm, died January 6, 2021. Read his obituary.
Every year the University of Connecticut Law School Alumni Association honors some of our most admirable alumni for their service to the law school, the legal profession and the community. Learn more about the awards.