Laurann Asklof practices in the area of Construction Law and Litigation. She represents owners, contractors and subcontractors throughout Connecticut in all forums of litigation, including Alternative Dispute Resolution processes, and state and federal courts.
Laurann has been the principal litigator for the University of Connecticut’s UCONN 2000, 21st Century Construction Infrastructure Programs. She has also had the honor of being chosen as outside counsel for the University of Connecticut’s Next Generation Construction Program.
Laurann provides guidance to construction clients throughout the life of a project, including project delivery methods, procurement/bidding; and drafting and negotiations of contracts. She also counsels public clients on statutory and regulatory compliance issues.
Laurann has presented at seminars on various construction topics, including in the areas of where construction and environmental issues intersect and she has authored various articles.
She served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Connecticut School of Law instructing students in the art of appellate writing and oral argument. She has also been a guest speaker for UConn’s Senior Seminar addressing the subject of engineering liability.
In addition, Laurann works closely with our school law attorneys in providing guidance on the bidding process, contracts and dispute resolution.
- American Bar Association: Construction Law Section
- Connecticut Bar Association: Construction Law Section, Executive Committee; Treasurer
- Professional Women in Construction: President; past Vice President; past Chair, Mentor Committee; and past Member, Board of Directors
- National Association of College and University Attorneys
- Albany Law School, J.D., 1985
- Georgetown University, B.A., 1982
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