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: 

Timothy Everett Argues Before Connecticut Supreme Court
Dec 13, 2016 -

Professor Timothy Everett argued Dec. 12, 2016, before the Connecticut Supreme Court in State v. Eugene Edwards Jr., the appeal of a robbery conviction. Everett challenged the use of location data from cellphone towers in Edwards' trial, arguing that that the evidence was unreliable and should not have been admitted without expert testimony about its relevance and validity.

Taxpayer Group Cites Richard Pomp
Dec 12, 2016 -

The National Taxpayers Union cited the work of Professor Richard Pomp in a letter dated December 12, 2016, to the North Carolina Department of Revenue, objecting to proposed new rules on market-based sourcing regulations. The letter from Clark Packard, counsel and government affairs manager for the National Taxpayers Union, quoted Pomp's position that an audience-based corporate tax apportionment system is “defective because it conflates the advertiser’s market with that of the content providers."

Douglas Spencer to Speak at 2016 Post-Election Conference
Nov 29, 2016 -

Professor Douglas Spencer will speak at the 2016 Post-Election Conference at Wesleyan University on Dec. 5, 2016. He will participate in a panel discussion entitled Campaign Finance, Special Interests and Outside Influence, addressing campaign finance issues in the 2016 presidential election.

Alexandra Lahav Speaks on Class Actions
Nov 17, 2016 -

Professor Alexandra Lahav spoke on Oct. 19, 2016, in Las Vegas at the 20th Annual National Institute on Class Actions on the topic The Past Year in Class-Action Action with Professor John C. Coffee Jr. of Columbia Law School.

Richard Pomp Files Amicus Brief with U.S. Supreme Court
Nov 11, 2016 -

Professor Richard Pomp has filed an amicus brief on behalf of 14 tax law professors in support of a petition to the U.S. Supreme Court seeking reversal of Quill Corp. v. North Dakota. Pomp’s brief supports the Colorado Department of Revenue's conditional cross-petition in the case of Direct Marketing Association v. Brohl. Read more.

Douglas Spencer to Speak at the National Conference of COGEL
Nov 9, 2016 -

Professor Douglas Spencer will speak at the national conference of the Council on Governmental Ethic Laws in New Orleans on Dec. 14, 2016. The 38th annual conference will center around government agencies and organizations, focusing primarily on ethics, elections, lobbying and campaign finance. Spencer will participate in a panel discussion on convenience voting.

Richard Pomp's Expertise Cited in Tax Case
Nov 8, 2016 -

The Utah Fourth Judicial District Court cited the expert opinion of Professor Richard Pomp in its opinion, released Oct. 7, 2016,  in See's Candies Inc. v. Utah State Tax Commission. Pomp testified in support of the plaintiff's successful argument that the Utah State Tax Commission improperly denied a deduction for royalties the company paid to a related company.

Douglas Spencer Speaks at Yale Colloquium
Nov 7, 2016 -

Professor Douglas Spencer spoke Nov. 4, 2016, at the Yale Political Union’s Democracy Colloquium, an intercollegiate conference on political thought centered around the major questions of the 2016 election cycle. He participated in a panel discussion Democracy & Its Procedures: Investigating the controversies of primaries, super delegates, the nomination process, and the electoral college.

Richard Pomp to Speak at New England Tax Forum
Nov 6, 2016 -

Professor Richard Pomp will speak at the 2016 New England State and Local Tax Forum in Newton, Massachusetts, on Nov. 16, 2016. His will address the most significant state and local tax cases and controversies from across the country. 

Jon Bauer to Receive CHRO Award
Professor Jon Bauer
Nov 2, 2016 -

The Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities will present Professor Jon Bauer, director of the Asylum and Human Rights Clinic at UConn School of Law, with the 2016 Constance Baker Motley Award for Excellence in Business or Law. The award will be presented on Nov. 17, 2016, at the commission's Leaders and Legends Awards ceremony, starting at 3 p.m. in the Old Judiciary Room at the Connecticut State Capitol, 210 Capitol Ave., Hartford. The awards honor "Connecticut’s civil rights leaders and legends who are  distinguished  in  their  communities  for  promoting  equality  and  fairness."