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About bclark

An active and engaged student at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut with a penchant for law and government. Further, a student who is fervently invested in fostering growth and continued progress at the aforementioned institution by way of civic and community engagement.

Trinity College Gives Moses Berkman Journalism Award to CNN’s Joan Biskupic

By Brendan W. Clark ’21                                                                       … Continue reading

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Public Policy and Law Program Celebrates the Life of Ned Cabot

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The Connecticut Supreme Court On Circuit At Trinity College

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Fundamentals Visits the American Museum of Tort Law

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Professor Cabot: A Tribute from Julia Mardeusz ’16

Professor Edward “Ned” Cabot, a founding member of the Trinity College Public Policy and Law Department and long-time professor, passed away on May 15, 2018. His impact was enormous and his loss has been and will continue to be deeply … Continue reading

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Professor Cabot: A Tribute from Paige Greene ’13

Professor Edward “Ned” Cabot, a founding member of the Trinity College Public Policy and Law Department and long-time professor, passed away on May 15, 2018. His impact was enormous and his loss has been and will continue to be deeply … Continue reading

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