Sample LL.M Theses
The Law Library keeps a collection of theses written by students of UConn's LLM Program in Insurance Law.
- Shuwen Deng, Regulation of Captives in the Face of Global Domiciles' Competition: Challenges and Perspectives, 12 Geo. Mason Int'l L.J. 1 (2021)
- Angelo Borselli 09, Insurance Rates: Regulation in Comparison with Open Competition, 18 Conn. Ins. L J 109, (2011-2012)
- Gregory S. Arnold, The Doubtful Impact of an Optional Federal Charter on the Reinsurance Collateral Debate, Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal, Vol. 43/44, summer-Fall (2008)
- Iris Karev, The Thin Edge of the Wedge: prohibiting Underwriting on the Basis of Genetics in Health Insurance.(2006)
- Erich H. Gaston, When Prejudgement Interest Statutes and Insurance Policy Language Collide: Should Freedom of Contract Trump Legislative Intent? 20 QLR 359 (2001)
- Shauhin A. Talesh, Breaking the Learned Helplessness of Patients--Why MCOs Should be Required to Disclose Financial Incentives, 26 Law & Psychol. Rev 49 (2002)