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University of Connecticut School of Law

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University of Connecticut School of Law
Location Hartford, CT, US
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University of Connecticut School of Law is located in Hartford, CT

The University of Connecticut School of Law (Starr Hall)

The University of Connecticut School of Law (UConn Law) is the only public law school in Connecticut and one of only two in New England. The school was recently ranked forty-seventh out of the 190 American Bar Association-accredited law schools in the United States by U.S. News & World Report.Template:Fact The law school is in Hartford, Connecticut, though the main campus of the University of Connecticut is in Storrs.


Founded in 1921, the Law School is accredited by the American Bar Association, and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools. Its campus is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The campus' gothic-style buildings, constructed in 1925 (except for the new library, which was completed in 1996), housed the Hartford Seminary until 1981. The recently-constructed law library is one of the largest law-school libraries in the United States. Two miles from the center of Hartford, the school is located in a neighborhood of large Victorian homes, where many students, staff, and faculty live. The campus is just a few minutes away from the State Capitol, courts and agencies, and the offices of Hartford's law firms and corporations.


There are four scholarly journals edited on campus: the Connecticut Law Review, the Connecticut Insurance Law Journal, the Connecticut Journal of International Law, and the Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal.



Class of 2009 profile

  • Applications 2,801
  • Acceptance Rate 17%
  • First Year Students Enrolled 210
  • Total J.D. Students Enrolled 653
  • Women 49%
  • Minorities 22%
  • Students with advanced degrees 14%
  • Dean’s Scholars 32%
  • Undergraduate majors represented 51
  • Undergraduate institutions represented 113
  • States represented 27
  • Median LSAT 161
  • Median GPA 3.46
  • Day Division 25th-75th percentiles LSAT 159/163
  • Day Division 25th-75th percentiles GPA 3.27/3.66
  • Average Age 25