Honors Night Awards: Jeremy Paul Added Research Programs While UConn Law School Dean

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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You'd be hard-pressed to find any member of the University of Connecticut School of Law faculty that would have a single bad thing to say about former dean Jeremy Paul. In honor of Paul's accomplishments, particularly during his 23 years as a faculty member at UConn Law, he will be presented with one of two Service to the Profession Awards at the Law Tribune's Honor's Night ceremony.

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