UConn Law professors at commencement 2015
Faculty Notes
UConn Law In the Media
Richard Pomp in Bloomberg BNA: 2018 Will Be Year of State Aggression With Digital Taxes (Jan 18, 2018)
Richard Pomp in Law360: States' Foreign Source Income Taxes May Defy Constitution, 2018 Law (Jan 18, 2018)
Richard Pomp in Daily Tax Report: How Will High Court Rule in Online Tax Case? 'Anyone's Guess' (Jan 17, 2018)
Richard Pomp in Bloomberg Radio: Supreme Court Takes Up Online Sales Tax Case (Jan 16, 2018)
Richard Pomp in State Tax Today: Shock, Surprise, and Hope as Supreme Court Agrees to Revisit Quill (Jan 16, 2018)
Jessica Rubin in New Britain Herald: Desmond's Army mobilizes against animal abusers (Jan 14, 2018)
Richard Pomp in State Tax Today: Massachusetts Officials Argue Crutchfield Can't Haul Them Into Virginia Court (Jan 9, 2018)

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

Hillary Greene Moderates Panel on Antitrust Law
Jan 5, 2017 -

Professor Hillary Greene moderated a panel discussion at the 111th annual meeting of the American Association of Law Schools on Jan. 4, 2017, in San Francisco on the topic of Ant-I-Trust: The Centrality of Innovation to the Competition Discourse. She chairs the association's Section on Antitrust and Economic Regulation, which co-sponsored the panel.

Dalié Jiménez and Miguel de Figueiredo Featured on AALS Panel
Jan 5, 2017 -

Professors Dalié Jiménez and Miguel de Figueiredo spoke at the 111th annual meeting of the American Association of Law Schools on Jan. 5, 2017, in San Francisco in a panel discussion on the topic of New Directions in Access to Justice Research – Measuring Outcomes

Sachin Pandya Files Brief in Fifth Circuit Labor Case
Jan 5, 2017 -

On December 23, 2016, Professor Sachin Pandya filed an amicus brief on behalf of a group of labor and employment law professors in State of Nevada et al. v. US Department of Labor et al., No. 16-41606, an appeal currently in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. The appeal concerns the nationwide preliminary injunction of a Department of Labor rule that raised the minimum salary necessary to qualify for an exemption to federal wage and overtime laws for executives, administrators, and professionals. The amicus brief, co-authored by Pandya and Professor Charlotte Alexander (Georgia State), supports the Department of Labor’s view that it has the statutory authority to adopt its new minimum-salary rule.

Bethany Berger Speaks on Supreme Court and Indian Law
Jan 5, 2017 -

Professor Bethany Berger gave a presentation at the 111th annual meeting of the American Association of Law Schools on Jan. 5, 2017, in San Francisco on her recent scholarship as part of a panel discussion on the topic, The Supreme Court’s Recent Indian Law Jurisprudence.  

Julia Simon-Kerr Speaks on AALS Panel
Jan 5, 2017 -

Professor Julia Simon-Kerr gave a presentation on her recent scholarship at the 111th annual meeting of the American Association of Law Schools on Jan. 5, 2017, in San Francisco as part of a panel discussion on the topic Narrating Evidence.

Douglas Spencer, Peter Siegelman in AALS Panel Discussion
Jan 5, 2017 -

Professor Douglas Spencer moderated a panel discussion at the 111th annual meeting of the American Association of Law Schools on Jan. 5, 2017, on the topic Empirical Methods for Lawyers. Professor Peter Siegelman was among the featured speakers.

Sara Bronin to Speak at Trinity College
Jan 5, 2017 -

Professor Sara Bronin will speak on the topic New Zoning for Hartford for a class entitled From Hartford to World Cities on Feb. 13, 2017, at the Trinity College Center for Urban Studies in Hartford.

Douglas Spencer Moderates Panel on Judicial Decisionmaking
Jan 4, 2017 -

Professor Douglas Spencer moderated a panel discussion at the 111th annual meeting of the American Association of Law Schools on Jan. 4, 2017, in San Francisco on the topic of How Can Social Science Improve Judicial Decisionmaking? He is chairman of the association's Section on Law and the Social Sciences, which sponsored the panel.

Dalié Jiménez Speaks on Student Debt
Jan 4, 2017 -

Professor Dalié Jiménez spoke at the 111th annual meeting of the American Association of Law Schools on Jan. 4, 2017 in San Francisco in a panel discussion on the topic of Higher Education, Finance, and Student Debt.

Richard Pomp Speaks at Legislative Conference
Dec 15, 2016 -

Professor Richard Pomp spoke at a Legislative Issues Conference at the Connecticut Legislative Office Building on Dec. 13, 2016. He addressed questions concerning technology and the state's tax code.

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