On Friday October 27, 2017 UConn Law will host the Annual Conference of the New England Consortium of Legal Writing Teachers (NECLWT). NECLWT is the regional organization for legal writing faculty. Legal writing professors and research librarians will join together for a conversation about how to best teach legal writing and legal research.
The New England Consortium of Legal Writing Teachers Annual Conference and related activities will take place in Cheryl A Chase Hall at UConn School of Law. For a detailed schedule of the events please follow the link below. View the NECLWT Annual Conference 2017 Schedule »
NECLWT collaborates with New England law schools each fall to host it's annual conference. The UConn School of Law is honored to be hosting the 2017 annual conference. For those interested in attending, please follow the registration link below. Click Here to Register for the NECLWT Conference 2017 »
Conference attendees should park in Law School Lot B which is located to the right when entering from Sherman Street, and to the left when entering from Elizabeth Street. Attendees will need to provide their license plate during conference check-in to avoid being ticketed.Additional information on the UConn Law Parking Services website »UConn Law Parking Information webpage »
UConn School of Law has reserved a block of rooms for program participants. These rooms are being offered at a special group rate for the NECLWT Annual Conference. Attendees will need to make individual reservations, and should book early.Read more about the NECLWT Annual Conference Accommodations »
Not only are there many things to do on the UConn School of Law campus, but there are many experiences within the area. Hartford and West Hartford have a plethora of dining and shopping options, as well as a number of museums and parks open to the public. Feel free to explore the campus and community!Read more about the Hartford area and things to do »
UConn provides guest wireless access on campus. Registration requires only the selection of "UConn Guest" from the list of available networks and to then load a web browser. Attempting to reach any website will result in the presentation of a "guest wireless user agreement" page. Select the appropriate boxes and you are connected. Please do not hesitate to contact the UConn Law ITS Helpdesk at 860-570-5158 or email@example.com for assistance with Guest Wireless Access.Read more about Guest Wireless Access on the UConn IT Support Website »