Our Campus Experience
We can’t wait to welcome you to our beautiful gothic-style campus. Whether you prefer to study under the shade of trees or make a space for yourself in the Thomas J. Meskill Law Library, UConn Law has something for everyone.
Besides our beautiful surroundings, our campus is known for being a friendly and vibrant community where opportunities abound for students to get involved. LLM students benefit from a variety of services, from a dedicated International Student Advisor, an LLM Career Counselor, student affairs professionals, and the support of our Graduate and International Programs team.
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Career Planning for LLM StudentsLLM students get individual attention from a dedicated LLM Career Counselor. The career counselor supports students as they develop their professional identities, consider a multitude of career goals, and explore options after graduation.
LLM Career Services
- one-on-one consultations to help develop resumes and other career-related materials
- informational sessions regarding the job search process in the United States
- support finding work-based academic placements
- interview preparation
- alumni panel discussions
- career fairs
- access to the Symplicity job search database
UConn Law has over 40 student organizations which reflect the diverse interests of our students. Organizations focus on areas including law specializations, diversity, mental health, sports, and identity-based groups. Organizations include the Human Rights Law Association, Energy and Environmental Law Society, the Arts, Entertainment, and Sports Law Society, and many more.
Many international students join the Connecticut Alliance of International Lawyers (CAIL). CAIL was created to show the international diversity of UConn Law and is a space for international lawyers to gather in community. CAIL is an active student group, hosting trivia nights, internationally themed events and planning International Education Week each year.
International Student & Scholar Services
UConn School of Law's International Student Advisor advises students and scholars on immigration and cultural transition matters, processes immigration applications and serves as a resource for UConn faculty and staff at the Law School. As soon as you are accepted to our LLM program, our International Student Advisor will begin to guide you through the visa application process. While you are on campus, your advisor will be available to answer questions about maintaining your visa status, pursuing internship, work, or clinical placement opportunities, or cultural adjustment issues.
In addition, the International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) office at UConn's Storrs campus hosts many events and informational sessions throughout the year, which you are welcome to join.