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This is the official blog of the Trinity College Public Policy & Law Department. The blog showcases the achievements of students, alumni, and faculty, so feel free to look around, read our posts, and comment with your opinions. Thank you for visiting!
- Tiara Desire-Brisard ’19 Speaks On Public Humanities in Hartford April 13, 2019
- Patrick McCarthy ’15 Soon To Be An Army JAG March 20, 2019
- Elise Castillo Named Ann Plato Diversity Fellow At Trinity College March 5, 2019
- Trinity College Gives Moses Berkman Journalism Award to CNN’s Joan Biskupic November 24, 2018
- Public Policy and Law Program Celebrates the Life of Ned Cabot November 24, 2018
- The Connecticut Supreme Court On Circuit At Trinity College November 4, 2018
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By Brendan W. Clark ’21 Editor-in-Chief Tiara Desire-Brisard ’19, a Public Policy and Law and English major, was recently featured in a post on the Center for Hartford Engagement and Research (CHER) website. Desire-Brisard is a model student who demonstrates … Continue reading
By Brendan W. Clark ’21 Editor-in-Chief Patrick McCarthy ’15, a Public Policy and Law and Economics double major, will soon be a commissioned Judge Advocate and First Lieutenant in the United States Army. McCarthy spoke with the Voice about his … Continue reading
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By Brooke LePage ’19 Contributing Writer Public Policy and Law is one of the more popular majors on Trinity’s campus. But, what exactly is it and how is it different from political science? Before coming to Trinity and becoming a … Continue reading
By Brooke LePage ’19 Contributing Writer My name is Brooke LePage and I am a rising Public Policy & Law major at Trinity College. This fall, I am partaking in a Washington Semester Program through American University. Through this program, … Continue reading
Once again, Trinity Mock Trial will send an outstanding trial team to AMTA’s Opening Round Championship Series. This past weekend Trinity sent two teams to the Boston College Regional site, where both squads faced stiff competition. The American Mock Trial … Continue reading