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.
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.
From her childhood in Connecticut and Puerto Rico, Ramona Mercado-Espinoza ’86 felt drawn to a career dedicated to helping others and her community.
Before he applied to the Insurance LLM program at UConn School of Law, Andrés Avila earned a law degree in Colombia and worked for an insurance law firm in Miami and London.
After Laura Linde '17 earned an undergraduate degree at Freie University Berlin, she didn’t just want to study more law; she wanted to practice it.
Timothy Smyth '07 was a historian heading for an academic career when his study of apartheid and the slave trade turned him toward law school.
As many UConn Husky fans well know, Michael Aresco is the commissioner of the American Athletic Conference (AAC), the legal successor to the old Big East, which Aresco was hired to head up in August 2012.
An interest in human rights drew Iranian lawyer Rojia Afshar to the United States, UConn School of Law and the Human Rights Institute at the University of Connecticut.