- Legal Research and Writing
- Appellate Advocacy
- Legal Ethics
Paul Bader teaches courses in legal research and writing; appellate advocacy; interviewing, counseling and negotiation; and legal ethics in the Law School’s Lawyering Process program. He also is the director of UConn Law’s first-year moot court program.
Before joining the Law School faculty in 2002, Professor Bader, a graduate of Duke University and Mercer University School of Law, served as a law clerk for the Honorable Lawrence M. McKenna, United States District judge for the Southern District of New York. He then went on to practice law with King & Spalding in Atlanta and Tyler, Cooper & Alcorn LLP in New Haven, where he represented management in labor and employment matters.