February 2, 2018
Farshad Ghodoosi ’15 was detained at JFK when returning home from Morocco. Without knowing for whom, his YLS classmate Amanda Elbogen ’13 stepped up to help.
YDS’ Tisa Wenger discusses conflicts of religious freedom in the U.S., including cases of discrimination against Muslims and same-sex couples.
January 25, 2018
At a ceremony attended by five Supreme Court justices, Judge Ralph K. Winter ’60 was given the Edward J. Devitt Distinguished Service to Justice Award.
January 24, 2018
The commitment of the American people to an indefinite conflict in Syria will break just about every relevant law on the books.
Even as the #MeToo moment becomes a movement, employers are trying to stop individuals from obtaining the accountability and justice that so many are demanding.
January 22, 2018
President Trump's immigration policies should give pause to those taking comfort in the idea that American democracy has not yet been fatally undermined.
The Global Health Justice Partnership, a joint venture between Yale’s schools of Law and Public Health, aims to increase access to life-saving medicines.
January 19, 2018
The Israeli airstrikes over the past year may be a sign that the Trump administration is willing to tolerate actions by allies that violate the UN Charter.
Led by student-generated interests, the clinic explores corporate finance in the context of emergent financial technologies and the creation of public policy.
January 18, 2018
The Arbitration Project clinic works through a partnership with the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection to help resolve real-life disputes.