UConn law students can select one of six joint degree programs, including a JD/Master of Library Science with the University of Southern Connecticut. The first-year curriculum is somewhat more flexible than usual, allowing students to choose their own statutory or regulatory course, and the grading curve is held to a not-so-hard-on-the-GPA B average. Students are, however, required to take a moot court course in the January term of their first year. The law library, the newest building on campus, is undergoing renovations expected to be completed at the end of this year.
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