When her father died, Susan Widem racked her brain to find a way to honor him and preserve his legacy.
Addys Castillo and Akia Callum, both social justice activists who have long dreamed of going to law school, are in their first year at UConn School of Law thanks to a new scholarship.
Chris Torre ’20 (CLAS) joined the military because he felt a duty to serve his country and his community.
After working as a college newspaper editor, a reporter, and a newsletter writer, Bob Brady ’78 JD was tired of the publishing world and decided to enroll in law school.
Two things happened at UConn that changed the course of Victor Schachter’s life.
Bill and Nancy Trachsel are kicking off the School of Law’s centennial with a significant addition to their existing scholarship fund, making it the most generous donor-funded scholarship at the sch…
Years ago, the former UConn School of Law dean said something at an event that planted a seed in Sheridan Moore’s mind.“He said, ‘Think about it.