Small Claims Workshop
Welcome to the UConn Law Small Claims Workshop!
We are an organization of law students and attorneys who provide residents of Connecticut with helpful information to navigate the Small Claims Court process.
The UConn Law Small Claims Workshops will consist of an overview presentation of the Small Claims Process for both plaintiffs and defendants followed by an opportunity to meet one-on-one with law students and attorneys to ask specific questions.
Workshops in the spring of 2013 will be held on the following dates. All workshops begin at 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday, January 29
Tuesday, February 26
Tuesday, April 2
Tuesday, April 30
We ask that you RSVP to attend a workshop by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 860-251-9285. Please leave a message. A workshop representative will get back to you to confirm your RSVP. Please bring any paperwork you have concerning your small claims suit with you to the workshop.
Workshops will be held on the University of Connecticut School of Law's Hartford Campus in the Reading Room in William F. Starr Hall (second floor). Directions to campus are located here. Please park in the Starr Hall parking lot.
If you have any questions about the program, please contact us at 860-251-9285 and leave a message or send an e-mail to email@example.com. Your call will be returned as soon as possible; workshop representatives do not staff the line at all times. If you need immediate assistance with your small claims case, please contact a Court Service Center, the courthouse where you filed your claim, or an attorney.
DISCLAIMER: In assisting you we are not acting as your attorney. WE DO NOT REPRESENT YOU.
USER AGREEEMENT: By use of this website and the associated forms and informational sheets, you agree that University of Connecticut School of Law has not undertaken to provide you with legal advice, is not providing you with legal advice and that no attorney client relationship of any kind is intended or created between you and the University Connecticut School of Law.
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