Carol Ann Weisbrod

Professor Emerita

Carol Weisbrod joined the faculty of the UConn School of Law in 1977 and became professor emerita in 2012. She was Ellen Ash Peters Professor from 1992 until her retirement.  Professor Weisbrod graduated from Columbia Law School in 1961 and worked for the American Jewish Congress, the New Haven Redevelopment Agency and Yale Law School before entering law teaching.  Professor Weisbrod is the author of The Boundaries of Utopia (1980); Butterfly, the Bride (1999); Emblems of Pluralism (2002); Grounding Security (2006); and Kites and the Sabbath (2014).  She is co-author of a Family Law Casebook (with Teitelbaum and Harris) and has published many articles in such areas as political theory, legal history and family law.

Carol Ann Weisbrod, Other Parts of the Forest in Handbook of Global Legal Pluralism (Paul Berman ed. 2020)

Carol Ann Weisbrod, Kites and the Sabbath: Legal Transplants and Pluralism in Hawai'i (Vandeplas Publishing, 2014)

Carol Ann Weisbrod, Petrażycki According to Pound: A Note on an American Discussion of Legal Pluralism 1 (7) Societas/Communitas 69-79 (2009)
Carol Ann Weisbrod, Children's Religious Rights in The Child: An Encyclopedic Companion (Univ. of Chicago Press, 2009)
Carol Ann Weisbrod, Painter v. Bannister: Still, 2006 Utah L. Rev. 135 (2006)
Carol Ann Weisbrod, Grounding Security: Family, Insurance and the State (Ashgate, 2006)
Carol Ann Weisbrod, War, Insurance and Some Problems of Community, 10 Conn. Ins. L.J. 103 (2004)