Timothy S. Fisher became the 17th dean of the UConn School of Law on July 1, 2013 following thirty-five years in private practice. Prior to becoming dean, he taught at the Law School as an adjunct instructor. Dean Fisher's legal career has focused on the fields of ethics, alternate dispute resolution, commercial transactions, construction law, family wealth disputes, and municipal law. A graduate of Yale University and Columbia Law School, Dean Fisher has served in numerous public service and private sector leadership roles. He currently chairs the State’s Commission on Judicial Compensation.
Claudia provides direct support to the dean including calendar management, meeting coordination and travel preparation. Claudia also provides support in the planning and implementation of the tenure and reappointment process and the provost's annual report.
Ann Crawford is responsible for the areas of facilities, finance, and personnel at the Law School. Her office is a good place to start if you aren't sure who can help with your question or concern.
As a temporary university specialist, Chris is responsible for providing limited secretarial support for our adjunct faculty and updating TWEN pages. In addition to these day-to-day duties, Chris is responsible for coordinating several special projects including the externship program and course evaluations. She also assists the dean’s office as needed.