February 28, 2024
Judge J. Michael Luttig last week joined Dean Heather Gerken to discuss the value of working across ideological lines to uphold the rule of law.
February 27, 2024
“Why We Vote,” a new book by Yale Law School’s Owen M. Fiss, explores what he calls an “elemental duty of citizenship” in America.
February 23, 2024
Yale’s Institution for Social and Policy Studies gathered experts on campus last week to explore gerrymandering practices and other levers of political power.
February 19, 2024
A Yale course on affordable housing that is about to yield eight new homes in New Haven is being held up as an example of design education.
February 13, 2024
A recent Yale conference convened leading scholars to explore the administrative state and what can be done to make the system work better for democracy.
February 9, 2024
Members of the Yale Law School community are fighting to hold government officials and private companies accountable for their contributions to climate change.
February 6, 2024
This year, the program is covering 75 scholars — or one in eight Yale Law School students — who are attending tuition-free.
February 5, 2024
Balkin, founder and director of Yale’s Information Society Project, discusses artificial intelligence and the legal repercussions that may occur as it advances.
February 1, 2024
Yale Law’s Sven Riethmueller discusses the regulatory holes that allow companies to grant discounted stock options as compensation while preparing to go public.
January 31, 2024
McGuinn, a member of Yale Law School’s Class of 1887, was the one degree of separation between Mark Twain and Thurgood Marshall.