UConn Law professors at commencement 2015
Faculty Notes

The awards, accomplishments, speaking engagements and news of the distinguished faculty at UConn School of Law: 

Professor Richard Kay to Speak at Webinar
Jun 22, 2020 -

Professor Richard Kay will be on the concluding panel of a series of Webinars called "Looking Beyond the Emergency," co-sponsored by the Italian Association of Comparative Law and the Younger Comparativists Committee of the American Society of Comparativists. The panel, which will take place on June 25, 2020, is titled "Comparative Law Après le Déluge".

Professor Sara Bronin to Speak at Webinar
Jun 18, 2020 -

Professor Sara Bronin will speak at the Form-Based Codes Institute of Smart Growth America webinar on their 2020 Driehaus Award for form-based zoning codes on June 23, 2020. Both Rancho Cucamonga, CA and Hartford, CT have won the award for their form-based zoning codes.

Richard Pomp's Work Cited by Alaska Superior Court
Jun 16, 2020 -

Professor Richard Pomp was cited extensively in an opinion written by Justice Kevin M. Saxby of the Alaska Superior Court in Nabors Int'l Finance, Inc. v. State of Alaska IRS. The case involved a constitutional challenge to an Alaskan law. The opinion, issued on June 4, 2020, accepted Professor Pomp's argument and voided the statute for vagueness.

Professor Valeria Gomez to Speak at Annual Conference on Immigration Law
Jun 15, 2020 -

Professor Valeria Gomez will speak at the Annual Conference on Immigration Law on July 21, 2020. The event will be held virtually due to the pandemic, and Gomez will present on issues in asylum law.

Professor Sara Bronin to Speak at American Bar Association Webinar
Jun 15, 2020 -

Professor Sara Bronin will speak at an upcoming American Bar Association webinar on June 30, 2020. The webinar is titled "Flattening the Curve" – COVID-19 and Climate Change, and speakers will describe the lessons COVID-19 has taught us about the need for an effective global response, as well as identify a variety of legal actions governments and the private sector must take to "flatten the curve" and keep the worst effects of climate change at bay.

Richard Pomp's Work Cited by Michigan Supreme Court
May 20, 2020 -

Professor Richard Pomp was cited extensively in an opinion written by Justice Stephen J. Markman of the MIchigan Supreme Court in Honigman Miller Schwartz & Cohn, LLP v Detroit. The case involved a challenge to Detroit’s income tax assessments. The opinion, issued on May 18, 2020, endorsed the views of Professor Pomp.

Alexandra Lahav to Speak in Unavailability Workshop
May 1, 2020 -

Professor Alexandra Lahav will speak on the topic “Bristol-Myers Squibb: Going Forward” on the Unavailability Workshop on May 5, 2020 at 2 p.m. EDT. The online workshop is sponsored by the Excited Utterance podcast, offering scholarly content and connections during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Sara Bronin Named to ‘Power 50’ List
Apr 30, 2020 -

Professor Sara Bronin has been named to the first Power 50 list published by the Hartford Business Journal, identifying business and civic leaders whose influence has a significant impact on the Greater Hartford economy and community. Bronin, who chairs the Hartford Planning and Zoning Commission, shared the tenth spot on the list with her husband, Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin.

Julia Simon-Kerr to Speak on Credibility
Apr 29, 2020 -

Professor Julia Simon-Kerr will speak about credibility and evidence at the Unavailability Workshop on May 7, 2020 at 2 p.m. EDT. The online workshop is sponsored by the Excited Utterance podcast, offering scholarly content and connections during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Sara Bronin Appointed to Covid-19 Task Force
Professor Sara Bronin
Mar 23, 2020 -

Professor Sara Bronin has been appointed to the Connecticut Bar Association's 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic Task Force. The task force—composed of lawyers, judges, and other professionals—is charged with responding to legal issues and needs in Connecticut arising from the pandemic. Read more.

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