The Insurance Law Center at the University of Connecticut School of Law is recognized around the world for the study of law, insurance and risk. Located in Hartford, the historic insurance capital of the United States, we are unique in our interdisciplinary research on the role of insurance in society. We support the nation's only LLM (Master of Laws) program in Insurance Law and offer an insurance law research collection unmatched by any other U.S. university.
As the preeminent academic center for insurance law and risk regulation, the Insurance Law Center attracts lawyers, professors and insurance regulators from the United States and the world for graduate studies. Our full-time faculty brings a wide array of disciplines to the study of financial services law, including economics, finance, history, sociology, linguistics and philosophy.
LLM in Insurance Law
The LLM in Insurance Law program at UConn School of Law is the top destination for lawyers and students from the United States and around the world who seek serious graduate training in insurance and financial services law. By design, the program is highly flexible to fit the needs of working professionals and includes full-time, part-time and distance learning options as well as wide selection of courses at night.
New Ideas in Insurance
Insurance shapes—often decisively—many aspects of our lives, from limiting police misconduct to incentivizing better driving, from regulating self-driving cars to influencing the delivery and pricing of health care. New Ideas in Insurance is a semester-long series of talks from some of the world’s leading experts from the Academy, the bar and the world of insurance regulators about current developments in their fields and speculations about what the future will look like.
HARTFORD, CT: On April 8th, the Insurance Law Center and the Center on Community Safety, Policing, and Insurance held a closed-door symposium on Insurance and Policing at the University of Connecticut School of Law. The workshop welcomed legal academics, insurance practitioners, representatives of risk pools, and law enforcement officials for an open discussion on the […][Read More]
Leading experts will present the latest and most compelling ideas in insurance during a series of online presentations sponsored by the Insurance Law Center at the University of Connecticut School of Law. The 2022 New Ideas in Insurance series will begin on Jan. 20 with a lecture by Hannah Farber of Columbia University about how […][Read More]