The UConn School of Law faculty workshop series provides a weekly forum for the presentation of legal scholarship and fosters academic discussion among colleagues and peers. UConn faculty and scholars from around the world present papers --typically works in progress-- and the faculty attendees are given the opportunity to ask questions and provide comments. The workshops are an important focal point for the intellectual life of the school, providing an opportunity for the UConn Law community to meet leading scholars from other institutions.
This week, UConn Law Faculty and SJD candidates are invited to join Steve Wise from the NonHuman Right Project for a faculty workshop. For the full list of faculty workshops, visit the Faculty Workshops page.
The UConn Law faculty workshops series reserves a limited number of seats for UConn Law students. Student attendance is by registration only, and the availability of seats is evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Interested J.D. or LL.M. students should email email@example.com to reserve a seat based on availability. Students must sign up no later than the Monday before the workshop in order to confirm seat availability.