Inside Yale Law School PODCAST: James Forman Jr.

November 28, 2023

Professor James Forman Jr. discusses his criminal justice work and his Pulitzer-Prize winning book, “Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America.”

Yale litigation project files suit in gift card scamming case

November 28, 2023

Yale Law School students assisted the San Francisco City Attorney’s office in filing a suit for deceptive and unfair competition practices.

For Ghanian legal scholar, Yale Law experience made the difference

November 17, 2023

Fifty years after enrolling at Yale, Kwame Frimpong ’74 LL.M., ’77 J.S.D. visited New Haven to discuss Yale’s impact on his life and on the world.

Exploring COVID-19’s legal legacy

November 15, 2023

A new volume co-edited by Yale Law School’s Abbe R. Gluck examines the wide-ranging implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on the law of health care and beyond.

Tom Tyler wins Stockholm Prize in Criminology for pioneering research

November 7, 2023

Yale Law School’s Tom R. Tyler was recognized for pioneering and advancing research on legitimacy and procedural justice to increase trust in policing.

At Yale, former U.S. Rep. Bruce Morrison talks immigration reform

November 6, 2023

In a recent talk, Morrison J.D. ’73 drew on his knowledge of Congress to describe how to overcome the current inability to produce new immigration legislation.

Around the country, Yale Law School alumni work for democracy

November 3, 2023

Ahead of elections on Nov. 7, meet some current and former Liman Fellows working at the forefront of our country’s democratic processes.

Yale Law School alumni reconnect at a celebratory reunion

October 25, 2023

More than 900 YLS alumni and guests gathered in New Haven Oct. 20–22 to reconnect, attend stimulating panel discussions, and enjoy celebratory reunion events.

Yale Law’s Sarath Sanga on opening up access to federal court records

October 20, 2023

Sanga, a new faculty member at Yale Law School, shares what excites him about teaching and his work using A.I. to increase judicial transparency.

YLS’s Claudia Flores appointed to UN Working Group on Women and Girls

October 19, 2023

The group seeks to eliminate discrimination in law and in practice by reinforcing states’ obligations to respect, protect, and fulfill women’s human rights.