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.
Michael Callahan '95 spent 20 years as general counsel for such business giants as LinkedIn and Yahoo! before he joined the faculty of Stanford Law School.
The law firm Goldberg Segalla has hired Ryan V. Powell '18 as an associate in its Hartford office. Powell, who first worked at the firm as a clerk in 2018, will join the firm's workers' compensation practice group.
Michael Chase '11 has published a book titled "How to Become a Federal Criminal." The book lists and discusses bizarre and outdated federal laws, most of them rarely or never enforced. The New York Times called it "an excellent book for people who like to start sentences with 'Did you know that …'” Chase is an associate at Shipman & Goodwin LLP in Hartford and owner of the @CrimeADay Twitter account.
Gary L. McGuirk '85, a private wealth advisor at Merrill Private Management, has been honored in 2019 with several high-profile industry honors. McGuirk has been named: one of Barron’s "Top 1,200 Advisors”, one of the The Financial Times' ”Top 400 Financial Advisors” and he was named to the Forbes “Best-in-state Wealth Advisors” list in 2019. McGuirk joined Merrill in 2002.
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.