100 for 100 Project

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About 100 for 100

The University of Connecticut School of Law, founded as the Hartford College of Law in 1921, celebrates its centennial in 2021-2022. To commemorate the occasion, the Law Library’s “100 for 100” project aims to collect and archive 100 stories from alumni. Every UConn Law alumni has a unique story that deserves to be heard— and through recording and listening to your accounts, the Law School strengthens its commitment to the future by honoring our diverse historical and cultural perspectives. We are actively looking for participants and would love to hear your story.

100 for 100 Preview

Learn more about the project, and preview interviews of UConn Law Alumni who have already contributed:

100 for 100 Video

Maurice Mosley, Class of 1975, and Sean Mosley, Class of 2020, talk about the Black Law Students Association at the UConn School of Law:

100 for 100 Postcard

Click the image to read a memory of a snowy event at UConn Law by Diana Rousseau Belbruno, Class of 1978: