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.
Gretchen Knauff '94 will serve as leader of New Haven's Disability Services. Knauff has had a 30-year career in disability work, and most recently served as executive director of Disability Rights Connecticut. She will take over as director from Michelle Duprey '93, who now works as the city’s deputy corporation counsel.
Meghan S. Burns '10 has been named Partner at Ruel Ruel Burns & Britt, LLC. Burns practices exclusively in the area of family and matrimonial law, representing clients throughout the State of Connecticut through the litigated, collaborative, and mediation processes. She assists her clients in navigating the sensitive and complex aspects of divorce and works to resolve family disputes
Jeffrey White '03 has been elected to the Women in Manufacturing (WiM) National Board of Directors. WiM is the only national association specifically dedicated to supporting, promoting and inspiring women who have chosen a career in the manufacturing sector. White is significantly involved with manufacturing industry issues on both a national and international level, and his three year term for this position will begin April 1, 2021.
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.