The Center for Career Development makes every effort to assist UConn Law graduates during non-peak times of the year. The center provides recent graduates with counseling and resume review, as well as access to positions posted on Symplicity. Graduates also can access the center's publications and other job site resources. Visit the Center for Career Development on the second floor of the Thomas J. Meskill Law Library. Graduates are encouraged to make an appointment by calling 860-570-5320 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
The staff at UConn Law's Thomas J. Meskill Law Library provides services to meet the information needs of faculty, students, graduates, and members of the law community in Connecticut. As a public institution and federal depository, the law library is open to the community as a resource for legal education. Visit the library's website for more information.
Requests for official university transcripts containing law school information can be made by visiting the Office of the Registrar's page. Graduates who need to request official transcripts for academic work at the university other than the law school should visit the university's transcript request page.