The analysis and interpretation of the U.S. Constitution and the constitutions of other nations infuse the research, scholarship and teaching of a wide array of experts at the UConn School of Law. They explore constitutional issues involving food law, climate change and children’s rights, policing, evidence and transnational law, among many other intersecting topics. Their teaching creates a strong foundational understanding of the law for their students while their publications expand the boundaries of the scholarly discussion of constitutional law.
Clinical Professor of Law and Richard D. Tulisano '69 Scholar in Human Rights
Professor of Law, William T. Golden Scholar and Faculty Director of the Center on Community Safety, Policing and Inequality
George Williamson Crawford Professor of Law
Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Intellectual Life and Ellen Ash Peters Professor of Law
Professor-in-Residence and Executive Director, Center for Energy and Environmental Law
Professor of Law
George J. and Helen M. England Professor of Law