These 45-minute webinar sessions will be led by the Director of JD Admissions and provide tips and tricks relating to particular application components or applicant profiles.
Friday, October 29, 2021, 12 p.m. ET
Most law school applications allow for (if not require) the submission of addenda, supplemental statements designed to provide additional context about your candidacy. This session will help you understand when addenda are required, when they are recommended and how best to draft them.
Friday, November 12, 2021, 12 p.m. ET
If you’re the first in your family to pursue a J.D., you may not be sure where to look for answers about the application process and law school in general. This session will speak specifically to the concerns of the first-generation law student.
Friday, December 23, 2021, 12 p.m. ET
Perhaps you haven’t been in a classroom for a while. Maybe you pursued a different career or had to prioritize family responsibilities before law school. Now that you’re ready to begin a new chapter, attend this session to determine how a “non-traditional” applicant can assemble a compelling application file.
Friday, December 17, 2021, 12 p.m. ET
Law school is an investment, perhaps one of the largest you will make in your lifetime. Be sure to join us for an overview of the types of financial aid available, resources to reduce your dependence on student loans, and other valuable advice on financing your legal education.
Greetings from Student Affairs! If you are a student who received accommodations at your previous institutions, and you would like to discuss services for the fall semester, please contact UConn Law Disability Services. From there, a member of our team will reach out to schedule a 15 minute meeting with you to provide more information about our accommodations offerings for law students
Gregg T. Burton ’02 was recognized as one of the Distinguished Leaders at the Connecticut Law Tribune’s Connecticut Legal Awards this year. Burton practices law at Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey, where he specializes in commercial and business real estate transactions.
Managing IP has named its IP Stars for 2021, which aims to highlight firms and individuals for contentious and non-contentious IP advice. Michael Cantor ’83 and Leah Reimer ’95 of Cantor Colburn LLP were amongst the lawyers recognized this year. Cantor is highly specialized in patent law, and oversees hundreds of lawyers who help companies across the world with their IP assets. Reimer helps lead the firm’s Chemical, Material, and Life Sciences Department, with a focus on legal and technical issues.