In light of the significant changes taking place within the legal profession, UConn Law has taken a proactive approach in examining and implementing curriculum reform measures to ensure that graduates have the core competencies needed to succeed in an increasingly competitive legal environment.
Timothy S. Fisher joined the UConn School of Law on July 1. In this issue, Dean Fisher talks about his vision for UConn Law.
Gillon D. Marchetti '10 began working for the Veterans Benefits Administration during his last year as a student at UConn Law. Read about how Gillon and other graduates have fulfilling careers in government services positions.
For some UConn Law graduates, supporting their alma mater means making a financial gift. For others, they give of their time and their talents.
In the last decade, a growing number UConn Law graduates have founded or taken on top positions in businesses where the Internet and other information technologies are playing a leading role in delivering goods and services, realizing unprecedented efficiencies and productivity and, to varying degrees, replacing traditional business models.
At the core our mission as a land-grant state university is our commitment to serving our community. Read about graduates who are doing just that in a variety of positions at non-profit organizations.
UConn Law graduates are working as in-house counsel at a wide range of corporations, government agencies, universities and nonprofit organizations around the world. Each of them has his/her unique take on life "in house," including a number of UConn Law graduates who spoke with us about their careers.