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The Connecticut Constitution of 1818 and its Times: A Confer

Saturday, November 3, 2018
8:30am – 3:30pm

Law School
William F. Starr Hall

The Connecticut Constitution of 1818, celebrating its bicentennial this year, marked a turning point in Connecticut history in many ways. At the same time that the Constitution erected the state’s modern frame of government that we still largely enjoy today, Connecticut’s economic, political and social life underwent significant changes signaling the start of the state’s industrial revolution.

To celebrate the two-hundredth anniversary of this watershed, the Association for the Study of Connecticut History, the Connecticut Supreme Court Historical Society, and the University of Connecticut School of Law are hosting The Connecticut Constitution of 1818 and its Times: A Conference.

Panels will be held in the following rooms in Starr Hall: Koskoff Koskoff & Bieder Trial Courtroom (Starr 108), William R. Davis '55 Courtroom (Starr 204), Reading Room, and Starr 225


Deb King,; Jennifer Cote,

Law School (primary), UConn Master Calendar

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